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Lady Bird – LFF 2017 Review

Though Greta Gerwig has had plentiful scripting experience to complement her always exciting acting career, Lady Bird marks her debut in the world of directing (and writing alone). We’re very pleased to...
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On Chesil Beach – LFF 2017 Review

Adapted by the author of the 166-page novella it is based on, Dominic Cooke’s On Chesil Beach offers the promise of expanding upon Ian McEwan’s source material. Unfortunately, however, there is a...
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Loving Vincent – Review

Told in Van Gogh’s own language – through some of his letters and, quite literally, through his unmistakeable painting style – Loving Vincent is a lavish feast for the eyes. There are the vibrant yellows...
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Brooklyn – LFF Review

Brooklyn is a beautiful film, in both presentation, with its lush cinematography, and delicate execution.  It’s an intimate tale of one girl’s struggle to find the life she wishes to lead – but told...

Lost River – Review

Virtually plotless, Lost River is a lurid technicolour nightmare featuring a senseless mishmash of shot types, a warped Miss Havisham and a caricaturish Matt Smith. There’s no subtlety here; the sparse...