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  • Hollywood mamas

    Hollywood may be a boys’ playground, but women rule its reporting roles. A former Variety editor counts the doyennes of a remarkably equal-opportunity trade.

    Adam Dawtrey
    Thursday 25 April 2013

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  • Birmingham freezes over: Flatpack 2013

    Now two weekends long, the insatiably eclectic Flatpack Festival continues to burst at the seams with discoveries from China to the Baltic (and Pangaia).

    Virginie Sélavy
    Wednesday 17 April 2013

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  • Docs for tough times: Thessaloniki Documentary Festival 2013

    Charged by the hardships all around in Greece and abroad, this documentary festival packed a punch, says Georgia Korossi.

    Georgia Korossi
    Wednesday 17 April 2013

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  • From the Magazine

    Rambo agonistes

    As well as macho wish-fulfilment, US cinema of the 1980s offered plenty of films that questioned ideas of heroism and masculinity, says Brad Stevens.

    Brad Stevens
    Friday 5 April 2013

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  • Through a bottle darkly: Blue Velvet’s Freudian beers

    Do beers maketh David Lynch’s men, wonders Michael Zunenshine?

    Michael Zunenshine
    Monday 1 April 2013

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  • Survival of the shortest: Clermont-Ferrand 2013

    Gaia Meucci takes the pulse of art and industry at the Cannes of the short-film world.

    Gaia Meucci
    Thursday 28 March 2013

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    Credit where credit’s due

    From Jean Renoir to Monte Hellman, plenty of directors have seen their own distinctive work appear in films credited to others, says Brad Stevens.

    Brad Stevens
    Friday 8 March 2013

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  • Bollywood and beyond: Marrakech 2012

    Ashley Clark sees Indian cinema spreading its wings at the Marrakech International Film Festival.

    Ashley Clark
    Thursday 7 March 2013

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  • Death Tarantino style

    Where is the Django Unchained auteur taking his talent, asks Kevin B. Lee?

    Kevin B. Lee
    Thursday 7 March 2013

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  • Candide Unchained?

    Spaghetti western crossed with blaxploitation drama Django Unchained may be; it also bears curious resemblance to a masterpiece of the French Enlightenment, asserts Indigo Bates.

    Indigo Bates
    Thursday 7 March 2013

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