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113 articles available in total starting from 11/07/2018. Last article published on 14/10/2021.

Review: The Phantom of the Open

Review: The Phantom of the Open

Mark Rylance is the phantom haunting the snootiest golf courses in the land with his mediocre playing skills, in this amiable Brit-com from Craig Roberts  

14/10 | London 2021

Review: Belfast

Review: Belfast

Kenneth Branagh leaves Shakespeare and Hollywood blockbusters behind to make his most personal work to date, a childhood memoir about growing up in Belfast amidst The Troubles  

14/10 | London 2021

Peter Strickland wraps shooting on gastronomic satire Flux Gourmet, planned for release next year

Peter Strickland wraps shooting on gastronomic satire Flux Gourmet, planned for release next year

The British cult-film specialist will make his first partly US-backed feature, with actors Asa Butterfield, Gwendoline Christie and Ariane Labed along for the ride  

13/10 | Production | Funding | UK/USA

Review: Encounter

Review: Encounter

British helmer Michael Pearce follows up his BAFTA-winning debut, Beast, with this taut US-set sci-fi, toplined by Riz Ahmed  

11/10 | London 2021

Documentary auteur Joshua Oppenheimer returns with the mysterious musical project The End, starring Tilda Swinton

Documentary auteur Joshua Oppenheimer returns with the mysterious musical project The End, starring Tilda Swinton

The Danish-Irish-German co-production also has British thesps Stephen Graham and George MacKay on board, who are presumably practising their singing voices  

05/10 | Production | Funding | Denmark/Ireland/Germany

Review: As in Heaven

Review: As in Heaven

An intrepid young woman observes her mother’s difficult labour in this high-intensity drama from debuting Danish director Tea Lindeburg  

23/09 | San Sebastián 2021 | Competition

Review: Blue Moon

Review: Blue Moon

Rising Romanian talent Alina Grigore delivers a fine dramatic exercise that draws a parallel between the moon and lunacy  

23/09 | San Sebastián 2021 | Competition

Review: The Game

Review: The Game

A fresh, and sometimes optimistic take on the global refugee crisis, from debuting Serbian-American filmmaker Ana Lazarevic  

21/09 | Toronto 2021 | Discovery

Review: Anatolian Leopard

Review: Anatolian Leopard

The pride of an Ankara zoo goes missing, but who will take the rap, asks Turkish filmmaker Emre Kayis in his debut feature  

20/09 | Toronto 2021 | Discovery

Review: Anatomy of Time

Review: Anatomy of Time

VENICE 2021: Time is the proverbial flat circle in this woozy drama from Thai filmmaker Jakrawal Nilthamrong  

14/09 | Venice 2021 | Orizzonti

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