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Games, traps and crises of identity and mortality loom large amongst the best conceptual science fiction on offer in this year’s London showcase, reports Anton Bitel.
Wednesday 27 April 2016
Charlie Lyne packs his bags for the Eastbourne esplanade and film-watching boot camp.
Friday 11 March 2016
Lav Diaz’s latest is 485 minutes long, and your best chance to see it is likely to be a day out at a film festival. Does that count as a challenge? A privilege? An imposition, asks Jonathan Romney.
Thursday 25 February 2016
A darkening holiday drama from the shores of Greece and a stirring new examination of ‘the new abduction of Europe’ from Catalan master Pere Portabella were two highlights at a festival attempting to reestablish its focus, reports Edward Lawrenson.
Tuesday 9 February 2016
Anton Bitel reports back from this year’s Halloween horror marathon, featuring three protagonists called Angela, two movies that really couldn’t be called horror and one gutsy chamber psychodrama set inside a tank.
Tuesday 24 November 2015
Sophie Mayer on this year’s London Film Festival experimental allsorts, including revivals of the 1970s films of Argentina’s Marie Louise Alemann and New Zealand’s Joanna Margaret Paul, and new highlights from Tacita Dean, Sarah Turner, Vivienne Dick, Mike Kuchar, Jennifer Reeder and more.
Wednesday 4 November 2015
Frances Morgan reports on a stage conversation between the performance artist and the musician to accompany the London Film Festival premiere of Heart of a Dog, Anderson’s new essay film rich in grief and wonder.
Monday 2 November 2015
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