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James Bond hobbles home, heralded by a Turner painting and soundtracked by Lord Alfred Tennyson – or thereabouts, finds Henry K. Miller.
The Nine Muses director continues his odyssey into the presence of the past in this mesmerising installation tapestry of hand-me-down films, photographs, paintings and more, finds Laura Allsop.
The philosopher-contrarian brought his stage shtick to the London Film Festival. Henry K. Miller packed his reality-revealing sunglasses but forgot the tissues.
Three new daring – or debate-worthy – dramas from sub-Saharan Africa loom large on Basia Lewandowska Cummings’ festival card.
Young criminal, pink-film iconoclast and savage post-war social critic – “the most controversial filmmaker in Japan”; 1 April 1936–17 October 2012.
Jez Stewart sees 14 animation companies take on Graham Chapman’s audio memoirs – and finds a trio of marvels in the International Animation Panorama.