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  • BFI Film Academy training kicks off at NFTS

    The nation’s most promising teenage filmmakers start training at the National Film and Television School.


    Tuesday 26 March 2013

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  • Danny Boyle: a career in 10 songs

    From the era-defining Trainspotting soundtrack to his genre-hopping Olympics medley, we chart the evolution of Danny Boyle’s career in 10 key tracks.

    Paul O’Callaghan
    Tuesday 26 March 2013

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  • Festival gem: Future My Love

    Maja Borg parallels the breakdown of her relationship with the global financial collapse in this unique documentary featuring 95-year-old social engineer and futurist Jacque Fresco.

    Alex Davidson
    Friday 22 March 2013

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  • Festival gem: Going South + Suddenly, Last Summer

    A strange and melancholic road movie, and the conclusion of the director’s new trilogy on male desire.

    Alex Davidson
    Thursday 21 March 2013

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  • Festival gem: The Servant

    This new restoration of Joseph Losey’s enduring masterpiece marks 50 years since the film’s original release.

    Alex Davidson
    Wednesday 20 March 2013

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  • Shooting the message #8: Tim Langford Creative

    Curator Patrick Russell explores the corporate films of Tim Langford.

    Patrick Russell
    Tuesday 19 March 2013

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  • Festival gem: Papilio Buddha

    Controversial feature considering the plight of a group of displaced Dalits (‘untouchables’), which was initially banned in India.

    Alex Davidson
    Tuesday 19 March 2013

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  • Festival gem: She Said Boom

    Documentary about the groundbreaking queer feminist art band Fifth Column, who were at the centre of Toronto’s Queercore scene in the 1980-90s.

    Alex Davidson
    Monday 18 March 2013

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  • Festival gem: How to Survive a Plague

    A vital, Oscar-nominated chronicle of how a community united to fight for new cures for the Aids epidemic.

    Alex Davidson
    Sunday 17 March 2013

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  • Festival gem: South

    Possibly the earliest surviving British gay television drama, a powerful and compelling tale of intense emotions between soldiers serving in the American Civil War.

    Simon McCallum
    Saturday 16 March 2013

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