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  • News from the front: Odessa 2014

    350 miles from the front lines of Ukraine’s civil war, the famous port city staged its fifth international film festival with a pride that seemed defiant going on decadent, reports Neil Young.

    Neil Young
    Tuesday 5 August 2014


  • Edinburgh 2014: brain-benders of the Black Box

    The Edinburgh Film Festival’s final-weekend blowout of artists’ experimenta ran the gamut from hand-processed celluloid to live multi-projector medleys. Harriet Warman strapped on her goggles.

    Harriet Warman
    Friday 25 July 2014


  • Mid-century emasculation: The House in Cypress Canyon

    Brad Stevens remembers a radio horror drama with a very cinematic power.

    Brad Stevens
    Wednesday 9 July 2014


  • From the Magazine

    Dispatches: Fast and furious

    Prolific filmmakers like Tsui Hark, Scorsese and Fassbinder are driven by a creative urgency, part intoxication and part childlike joy, scrawls Mark Cousins.

    Mark Cousins
    Wednesday 9 July 2014


  • Horrible histories: works by John McGrath

    Michael Pattison on pro-Scottish independence arguments from beyond the grave at the Edinburgh Film Festival

    Michael Pattison
    Friday 4 July 2014


  • Sheffield Doc/Fest 2014: just add music

    From portraits of Pulp and shoegazing to the sounds of Richard Hawley and Summer Camp, pop kept it big at this year’s Doc/Fest, found Simran Hans.

    Simran Hans
    Thursday 3 July 2014


  • Sheffield Doc/Fest 2014: literary champions abide

    David Tedeschi and Martin Scorsese’s The 50 Year Argument and Kevin Cameron’s Alasdair Gray: A Life in Progress both essay mind maps of wordsmiths against the tide, finds Thirza Wakefield.

    Thirza Wakefield
    Saturday 28 June 2014


  • Two to tango: Argentine films at BAFICI 2014

    Fact and fiction continued to entwine in idiosyncratic ways at this year’s Buenos Aires showcase, found Aaron Cutler.

    Aaron Cutler
    Tuesday 10 June 2014


  • Die, Hybrid! Die!

    Marketeers, note: artful, exciting, shape-shifting documentaries may have a renewed energy – but the fact of them is as old as the movies, says Robert Greene.

    Robert Greene
    Thursday 5 June 2014


  • Nowhere woman: Blue Jasmine

    Woody Allen’s latest is profoundly sympathetic to a protagonist lost in a world of false fronts, says Brad Stevens.

    Brad Stevens
    Tuesday 3 June 2014


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