All articles by Philip Kemp

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Koko-di Koko-da review: animals, nursery rhymes and murders

Unsettling horror meets twisted humour on a camping trip gone wrong in Johannes Nyholm’s surreal, farcical slaughterfest.

By Philip Kemp

Koko-di Koko-da review: animals, nursery rhymes and murders
Polls

Forgotten treasures of the multiplex

By Ryan Gilbey, Nick James and others

Forgotten treasures of the multiplex
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Tenet review: Christopher Nolan throws time for a loop

By Philip Kemp

Tenet review: Christopher Nolan throws time for a loop
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A White, White Day review: grief in the mist

By Philip Kemp

A White, White Day review: grief in the mist
Interviews

Earl Cameron remembers his debut in Ealing’s Pool of London

By Philip Kemp

Earl Cameron remembers his debut in Ealing’s Pool of London
Features

The many faces of Federico Fellini – part four: la famiglia Fellini

By Philip Kemp

The many faces of Federico Fellini – part four: la famiglia Fellini
Reviews

Mr. Jones review: the horrors of the Holodomor, witnessed by a Welsh reporter

By Philip Kemp

Mr. Jones review: the horrors of the Holodomor, witnessed by a Welsh reporter
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No Fathers in Kashmir review: a deeply felt film about a region blighted by violence

By Philip Kemp

No Fathers in Kashmir review: a deeply felt film about a region blighted by violence
Features

The many faces of Federico Fellini – part one: the neorealist

By Philip Kemp

The many faces of Federico Fellini – part one: the neorealist
Reviews

The Two Popes review: opposites attract in this brilliantly acted tale of papal succession

By Philip Kemp

The Two Popes review: opposites attract in this brilliantly acted tale of papal succession
Reviews

Permission review: an Iranian woman fights for the right to footie

By Philip Kemp

Permission review: an Iranian woman fights for the right to footie
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The Good Liar review: Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen play cat-and-mouse

By Philip Kemp

The Good Liar review: Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen play cat-and-mouse
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American Woman review: Sienna Miller breaks through as a bereaved rust-belt mother

By Philip Kemp

American Woman review: Sienna Miller breaks through as a bereaved rust-belt mother
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The Favourite review: a rich and ribald royal farce

By Philip Kemp

The Favourite review: a rich and ribald royal farce
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Film of the week: Redoubtable falls out of love with Jean-Luc Godard

By Philip Kemp

Film of the week: Redoubtable falls out of love with Jean-Luc Godard
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Film of the week: Lean on Pete, an intimate teenage oater

By Philip Kemp

Film of the week: Lean on Pete, an intimate teenage oater
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Beast review: a fairytale with more than one monster

By Philip Kemp

Beast review: a fairytale with more than one monster
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Film of the week: Unsane is an ingenious iPhone horror

By Philip Kemp

Film of the week: Unsane is an ingenious iPhone horror
Reviews

Darkest Hour review: Gary Oldman convinces as Winston Churchill

By Philip Kemp

Darkest Hour review: Gary Oldman convinces as Winston Churchill
Features

David Rose obituary: influential producer and founding father of Film4

By Philip Kemp

David Rose obituary: influential producer and founding father of Film4
Reviews

Film of the week: Hostiles – a typically lush, liberal western

By Philip Kemp

Film of the week: Hostiles – a typically lush, liberal western
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The Muppet Christmas Carol archive review: deconstructed Dickens

By Philip Kemp

The Muppet Christmas Carol archive review: deconstructed Dickens
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Happy Death Day review: an irreverent slasher that bears repeating

By Philip Kemp

Happy Death Day review: an irreverent slasher that bears repeating
Features

Walter Lassally obituary: from British Free Cinema to ‘Walter the Greek’

By Philip Kemp and David Robinson

Walter Lassally obituary: from British Free Cinema to ‘Walter the Greek’
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Film of the week: On Body and Soul finds love in a bloody place

By Philip Kemp

Film of the week: On Body and Soul finds love in a bloody place
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Kills on Wheels review: a Hungarian action movie that slings sarcasm and shootouts

By Philip Kemp

Kills on Wheels review: a Hungarian action movie that slings sarcasm and shootouts
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Film of the week: Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan’s victorious retreat

By Philip Kemp

Film of the week: Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan’s victorious retreat
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Film of the week: Spaceship takes a trip to a more vibrant dimension

By Philip Kemp

Film of the week: Spaceship takes a trip to a more vibrant dimension
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Film of the week: Mindhorn – Julian Barratt’s big ham takes the Isle of Man

By Philip Kemp

Film of the week: Mindhorn – Julian Barratt’s big ham takes the Isle of Man
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