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What to watch at LFF

Haunted Hotel: A Melodrama in Augmented Reality: well worth checking into

Guy Maddin’s first venture into the world of extended reality, this rewarding experience sees the mercurial Canadian artist explore themes of voyeurism, seduction and betrayal in a novel fashion.

By Leigh Singer

Haunted Hotel: A Melodrama in Augmented Reality: well worth checking into
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On the Morning You Wake (to the End of the World): a compelling, utterly immersive VR experience

By Ben Nicholson

On the Morning You Wake (to the End of the World): a compelling, utterly immersive VR experience
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The Future Tense: a witty inquiry into the concept of ‘home’

By Philip Concannon

The Future Tense: a witty inquiry into the concept of ‘home’
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Chee$e: a playful, inventive Caribbean stoner comedy

By Simran Hans

Chee$e: a playful, inventive Caribbean stoner comedy
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As Mine Exactly: a VR experience as poignant as it is ingenious

By Ben Nicholson

As Mine Exactly: a VR experience as poignant as it is ingenious
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The Inspection: a superb autobiographical drama about life in the Marines

By Violet Lucca

The Inspection: a superb autobiographical drama about life in the Marines
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Call Jane: a powerful, timely pro-choice drama

By Rebecca Harrison

Call Jane: a powerful, timely pro-choice drama
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Lynch/Oz: a rich mix of video essays on an American master and his possible primal influence

By Ben Walters

Lynch/Oz: a rich mix of video essays on an American master and his possible primal influence
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Decision to Leave: the danger keeps spiralling in this tense tale of obsession

By Tony Rayns

Decision to Leave: the danger keeps spiralling in this tense tale of obsession
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The Whale: a miraculous Brendan Fraser narrowly saves this dolorous dirge

By Jessica Kiang

The Whale: a miraculous Brendan Fraser narrowly saves this dolorous dirge
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Nezouh: a dreamy picture of life under siege

By Jonathan Romney

Nezouh: a dreamy picture of life under siege
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The Damned Don’t Cry: a potent Moroccan mother-and-son drama

By Jessica Kiang

The Damned Don’t Cry: a potent Moroccan mother-and-son drama
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What to watch at LFF: experimental films with a window on political conflict

By Helen de Witt

What to watch at LFF: experimental films with a window on political conflict
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Emily the Criminal: Aubrey Plaza excels in this well-drawn nail-biter

By Jason Anderson

Emily the Criminal: Aubrey Plaza excels in this well-drawn nail-biter
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Living: a remake that can stand with the original

By Philip Kemp

Living: a remake that can stand with the original
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Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical: a joyous maximalist fable

By Leigh Singer

Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical: a joyous maximalist fable
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Primal scenes and personal perspectives: reflections on the Cult strand at LFF

By Anton Bitel

Primal scenes and personal perspectives: reflections on the Cult strand at LFF
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Daddy wasn’t there: all about bad dads and fatherhood at the LFF

By Paul Ridd

Daddy wasn’t there: all about bad dads and fatherhood at the LFF
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What to watch at LFF: tragic thrillers from Africa

By Abiba Coulibaly

What to watch at LFF: tragic thrillers from Africa
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Klondike: an uncompromising, gut-wrenching Ukrainian war drama

By Patrick Gamble

Klondike: an uncompromising, gut-wrenching Ukrainian war drama
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What to watch at LFF: French cinema’s new generation

By Jonathan Romney

What to watch at LFF: French cinema’s new generation
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Corsage: Empress Sissi bends the bars of her gilded cage in this smart biopic

By Guy Lodge

Corsage: Empress Sissi bends the bars of her gilded cage in this smart biopic
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What to watch at LFF: icy visions and the best new Nordic cinema

By Sarah Lutton

What to watch at LFF: icy visions and the best new Nordic cinema
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Before February: two films from Ukraine

By Peter Hames

Before February: two films from Ukraine
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LFF Experimenta 2022: hybrid humans and new ways to commune with nature

By Sarah Perks

LFF Experimenta 2022: hybrid humans and new ways to commune with nature
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What to watch at LFF: the best Spanish and Latin American cinema

By Maria Delgado

What to watch at LFF: the best Spanish and Latin American cinema
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Argentina 1985: a robust case for the virtues of the traditional courtroom drama

By Jessica Kiang

Argentina 1985: a robust case for the virtues of the traditional courtroom drama
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The first million dollar movie: restoring Erich von Stroheim’s monumental Foolish Wives

By Bryony Dixon

The first million dollar movie: restoring Erich von Stroheim’s monumental Foolish Wives
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Saint Omer: a chilling courtroom drama that plays on deep maternal fears

By Leila Latif

Saint Omer: a chilling courtroom drama that plays on deep maternal fears
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