Freedom Fields

Freedom Fields – Review

This review was originally published as part of our London Film Festival coverage on 13/10/2018. For women in post-revolution Libya, trying to "have it all" looks a little different. Freedom Fields tracks...
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Diamantino – Review

This review was originally published as part of our Toronto International Film Festival coverage on 16/09/2018. Diamantino cannot really be pinned down as one genre. Mixing sci-fi, comedy, fantasy and much...
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Mario – Review

In synopsis, you’d be forgiven for thinking Mario sounds a lot like Ben A. William’s The Pass. Both interrogate homophobia in the world of professional football via the highly emotive stories of two...
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McFarland, USA – Review

Like its lead, McFarland USA has a simple, easygoing charm - and in director Niki Caro’s hands (the film, not Costner) what seems so 'route one' plays out at a significantly more enjoyable pace than its...

Draft Day – Review

Which of these isn’t uttered during Draft Day? “I dedicated my life to this sport - just like you.” “This city deserves a championship, and I’m the guy to deliver it!” “When I wake up, I...

The Class of ’92 – Review

How does the removal of hereditary peerages relate to Nicky Butt being responsible for burning Peter Schmeichel’s penis? The Class of ‘92 is at its worst when trying to provide an answer. It’s at its...