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“This is a story about people trying to get their freedom”: Channing Godfrey Peoples on her debut feature Miss Juneteenth

Miss Juneteenth is an empathetic portrait of the intergenerational ties and tensions that exist between a mother and her teenage daughter, set against the backdrop of a Texas town’s annual Juneteenth beauty pageant. We hear from the film’s director.

By Jourdain Searles

“This is a story about people trying to get their freedom”: Channing Godfrey Peoples on her debut feature Miss Juneteenth
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Enola Holmes review: Sherlock’s teen sister loosens some Victorian stuffing

By Thomas Flew

Enola Holmes review: Sherlock’s teen sister loosens some Victorian stuffing
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Little Birds review: Anaïs Nin erotic encounters in 1950s Tangier

By Andrew Collins

Little Birds review: Anaïs Nin erotic encounters in 1950s Tangier
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Erich Von Stroheim in London

By Karel Reisz

Erich Von Stroheim in London
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Il Cinema Ritrovato 2020: keeping film alive against all odds

By Philip Concannon

Il Cinema Ritrovato 2020: keeping film alive against all odds
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Tesla review: sparks of brilliance fail to carry this eccentric biopic

By Leila Latif

Tesla review: sparks of brilliance fail to carry this eccentric biopic
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The Devil All the Time review: a deadening slab of American gothic

By Henry K Miller

The Devil All the Time review: a deadening slab of American gothic
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Sight & Sound: the October 2020 issue

The inside story of Tenet; plus Charlie Kaufman, Miss Juneteenth, The Devil All the Time and Gloria Swanson in her own words.

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Kenneth Tynan on Greta Garbo: “The ecstasy of existing”

By Kenneth Tynan

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Meet whiplash Wilder: Billy Wilder interviewed in 1967

By Charles Higham

Meet whiplash Wilder: Billy Wilder interviewed in 1967

Bringing up baby: Hosoda Mamoru on Mirai

By Nick Bradshaw

Bringing up baby: Hosoda Mamoru on Mirai
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