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City of God: angels with dirty faces

City of God is a gangster movie with real-life edge acted out by Brazilian street children for whom guns and drugs are the everyday, said this 2003 feature.

By Ismail Xavier

City of God: angels with dirty faces
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This is Me…Now: A Love Story: a musical extravaganza fuelled by fairytales, metaphors, and obsessions

By Elena Lazic

This is Me…Now: A Love Story: a musical extravaganza fuelled by fairytales, metaphors, and obsessions
Interviews

“Why does a guy like me dream about making a western?”: Lisandro Alonso on Eureka

By Arjun Sajip

“Why does a guy like me dream about making a western?”: Lisandro Alonso on Eureka
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River: a two-minute time loop traps a group of hospitality workers in this breezy Japanese sci-fi

By Josh Slater-Williams

River: a two-minute time loop traps a group of hospitality workers in this breezy Japanese sci-fi
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Madame Web: an unnecessary but lightly likeable addition to the Spider-verse

By Kim Newman

Madame Web: an unnecessary but lightly likeable addition to the Spider-verse
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Someone’s Daughter, Someone’s Son: a clear-eyed look at the issue of homelessness

By Philip Concannon

Someone’s Daughter, Someone’s Son: a clear-eyed look at the issue of homelessness
Interviews

“The scale of any project is secondary – it’s always about the quality of the writing”: Cillian Murphy on Small Things like These

By Sinéad Gleeson

“The scale of any project is secondary – it’s always about the quality of the writing”: Cillian Murphy on Small Things like These
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My Dream Palace

“It was fairly anarchic…” Nick Broomfield recalls Greek cinema under the stars with all-natural extras

By Nick Broomfield

“It was fairly anarchic…” Nick Broomfield recalls Greek cinema under the stars with all-natural extras

Ten key cinema workers on the way out of lockdown

By Katie McCabe and Isabel Stevens

Ten key cinema workers on the way out of lockdown

Let there be projector light: 80 films that take us inside cinemas

By Thomas Flew

Let there be projector light: 80 films that take us inside cinemas
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Keeping a distance: Chantal Akerman’s Jeanne Dielman

By Janet Bergstrom

Keeping a distance: Chantal Akerman’s Jeanne Dielman

An audience with Howard Hawks

By Joseph McBride and Michael Wilmington

An audience with Howard Hawks

Rhapsody in blue: Barry Jenkins on Moonlight

By Gaylene Gould

Rhapsody in blue: Barry Jenkins on Moonlight
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