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The Front Runner – Review

This review was originally published as part of our London Film Festival coverage on 15/10/2018. It’s a tough time to talk about America; any film covering politics is drawn into the vortex of the...
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The Front Runner – LFF 2018 Review

It’s a tough time to talk about America; any film covering politics is drawn into the vortex of the current climate. The Front Runner is no exception; in positioning itself as something of a quasi-origin...
Tully

Tully – Review

How many positive depictions of motherhood in cinema can you think of? Whether it’s with body horror or performance anxiety, filmmakers over the years have made it very clear that being a mother is no bed of...

While We’re Young – Review

While We’re Young is a natural progression from Baumbach’s Frances Ha, yet it breaks new ground by using older protagonists to provide a fresh perspective on twentysomething New Yorkers. Meanwhile, it...

Men, Women & Children – LFF Review

Jason Reitman's deceptively light exploration of the Digital Age couples both comedy and tragedy through near-accepted absurdity. Despite Men, Women & Children's initial, "sexually playful" approach, it...

Labor Day – LFF Review

Based on the novel by Joyce Maynard, Labor Day is a moving drama from Jason Reitman. Told as an extended flashback, the film is a mixture of coming-of-age drama and mature romance. Darker and more...