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In a new series of web-video recommendations, Agnieszka Gratza picks out Nick Abrahams’ award-winning sylvan fantasia on a Sigur Rós song.
In our rolling-news age, Kathryn Bigelow’s thriller arrives only 18 months after the bin Laden kill mission it depicts. Is such haste at the expense of perspective, asks Michael Atkinson?
It’s trimmed back the luxury – a bit – but this Mexican fest retains its uniquely pleasing balance of the social and the cinephile, writes Nick James.
Steven Spielberg’s biopic of America’s Great Emancipator, war and oratory take a backseat to the political art of backroom persuasion, finds Nick Pinkerton.
Boys got to make nearly all the big films in 2012 – yet further down the film chain women directors are flourishing. Ghetto or headway, asks Anna Coatman?
Quentin Tarantino’s latest genre brew stirs blaxploitation and spaghetti western flavours to redress America’s bloody history of slavery. Or is it the other way around, asks Nick Pinkerton?