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  • The lesser-spotted British animated feature

    The release of A Liar’s Autobiography is cause for celebration: feature-length British animated films are as scarce as hen’s teeth.

    Jez Stewart
    Friday 15 February 2013

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  • What? Is this thing called ‘love’?

    With Valentine’s Day turning thoughts to affairs of the heart, Geoff Andrew ponders matters romantic and the exquisite elegance of Madame de…

    Geoff Andrew
    Thursday 14 February 2013

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  • Fellini’s 8½ turns 50

    We wish a happy 50th birthday to Fellini’s classic film about a director experiencing creative block, which premiered in Italy half a century ago.

    Samuel Wigley
    Thursday 14 February 2013

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  • Montgomery Clift: a life in portaits

    Iconic studio portrait shots of one of Hollywood’s most striking, but troubled leading men.

    Nigel Arthur
    Wednesday 13 February 2013

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  • Steel and the early films of Penny Woolcock #2

    Curator Catherine McGahan explains how the steel industry documentary When the Dog Bites found filmmaker Penny Woolcock moving in a new, more experimental direction.

    Catherine McGahan
    Wednesday 13 February 2013

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  • Steel and the early films of Penny Woolcock #1

    Curator Rebecca Vick introduces Penny Woolcock’s hard-hitting early newsreel about the effects of unemployment on a community.

    Rebecca Vick
    Wednesday 13 February 2013

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  • Blazing modern India across the screen

    Why a weekend of documentaries by Anand Patwardhan is an unmissable opportunity to catch up with a passionate chronicler of modern India.

    Mark Cousins
    Tuesday 12 February 2013

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  • Re:found footage

    With new films finding fresh, imaginative uses for archive film, curator Patrick Russell ponders the power of found footage as a means of time travel into the past.

    Patrick Russell
    Tuesday 5 February 2013

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  • How Steel got its gleam back

    The 1945 documentary Steel features dazzling photography by Jack Cardiff. But restoring the lustre to a nearly 70-year-old film was no easy process.

    Ben Thompson
    Monday 4 February 2013

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  • This Working Life: Steel – an introduction

    Visual memories of a vanished way of life, our major new archive project This Working Life: Steel celebrates a rich seam of Britain’s industrial heritage.

    Ros Cranston
    Friday 1 February 2013

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