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Lamb delivers a slice of Icelandic-weird that tips into unabashed folk-horror

Valdimar Jóhannsson’s feature debut begins as a lonely depiction of life in rural Iceland, but the arrival of baby Ada, a lamb/human hybrid, turns this sinister film on its bestial head.

By Anne Billson

Lamb delivers a slice of Icelandic-weird that tips into unabashed folk-horror
Features

Bogarde on the box: the rare small-screen roles for the star who disliked TV

By Simon McCallum

Bogarde on the box: the rare small-screen roles for the star who disliked TV
Features

EVCOM Awards 2021: how the corporate film sector is responding to the times

By Patrick Russell

EVCOM Awards 2021: how the corporate film sector is responding to the times
Talkies

The long take: Cinematic monuments

By Pamela Hutchinson

The long take: Cinematic monuments
Festivals

Halloween FrightFest 2021 round-up

By Anton Bitel

Halloween FrightFest 2021 round-up
Black Film Bulletin

Speak Easy: ‘Black to Front’

By Jennifer G. Robinson

Speak Easy: ‘Black to Front’
News

British Independent Film Awards 2021: the winners in full

British Independent Film Awards 2021: the winners in full
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