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In the second of her FrightFest reports, Virginie Sélavy is unsettled by a dark trend in this year’s programming.
Old saws are as popular as ever at this year’s FrightFest, finds Virginie Sélavy.
A bold evocation of the eras of both analogue sound and the Italian giallo, Peter Strickland’s Katalin Varga follow-up is smart, stylish, witty – and just a mite bloodless, finds Sam Davies.
Despite power cuts and further official interference, the ninth Beijing Independent Film Festival managed to showcase some remarkable new movies, finds Kevin B. Lee.
A Brazilian ensemble drama and two road movies from Chile and Mexico stand out at Poland’s young and thriving arthouse festival.
Battleship Potemkin is a standby in ‘best ever’ polls. But what of those silent classics revived in recent years?