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  • Antonioni: the afterlife

    Chris Darke pursues the spirit of the late Italian master through recent films, plays and books.

    Chris Darke
    Wednesday 10 March 2010

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  • Rotterdam 2010: Smoke gets in your eyes

    James Benning’s slow-gaze industrial landscape documentary Ruhr provides sights for Nick James’ sore eyes at the Rotterdam Film Festival.

    Nick James
    Tuesday 9 February 2010

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  • Berlinale 2010: We have the stars

    Is dreaming of a festival without instant ratings asking for the moon?

    Nick James
    Monday 1 February 2010

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  • Bedlam in brief: Encounters Short Film Festival 2009

    Nick Bradshaw picks a hatful of the best movies at Bristol’s Encounters Short Film Festival.

    Nick Bradshaw
    Wednesday 13 January 2010

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  • Movies to Mohammad: Mark Cousins’ The First Movie

    In times of Troubles, Mark Cousins finds reality at the movies. Here he reveals what happened when he brought video cameras and projectors to the children of Goptapa in northern Iraq.

    Mark Cousins
    Monday 14 December 2009

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  • Eastern dusk: Aurora 2010

    Norwich’s Aurora festival has been at the forefront of recent artists’ moving-image appreciation in the UK. George Clark reports from its sudden wake.

    George Clark
    Friday 11 December 2009

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  • Every doc for itself: Sheffield Doc/Fest 2009

    As documentary watchers and makers came together to survey the state of the art – and get into a fight about it – Nick Bradshaw picks through the sloganeering, then went back to the screen for enlightenment.

    Nick Bradshaw
    Tuesday 1 December 2009

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  • Not forgotten: The Palestinian Film Archive

    Palestinian writer Adania Shibli finds her memories of The Palestinian Film Archive – which vanished during the 1982 Israeli siege of Beirut – stirred by Sarah Wood’s For Cultural Purposes Only.

    Adania Shibli
    Monday 23 November 2009

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  • Viennale 2009: the whirls of time

    Isabel Stevens revels in the Viennale’s retrospectives, from Buster Keaton and Lino Brocka to Timothy Carey’s fevered The World’s Greatest Sinner, a film too crazy even for Frank Zappa.

    Isabel Stevens
    Thursday 19 November 2009

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  • LFF 2009: ‘Underground’, overground

    This year’s London Film Festival brought archive films up onto the streets, and the Tube back onto the screen. We caught two of the festival’s archive showcases.

    Nick Bradshaw, James Bell
    Friday 6 November 2009

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