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Review: Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle

Review: Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle

British director Andy Serkis brings an innovative performance-capture technique to Rudyard Kipling’s classic tale  

07/12/2018 | Films | UK/US

Review: Colette

Review: Colette

Wash Westmoreland celebrates the French writer who shouted "me too" a century early in a film starring Keira Knightley in the lead role  

06/12/2018 | Films | UK/US

Review: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Review: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

The second episode in the spin-off saga that kicked off with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is a grand but somewhat disappointing spectacle  

14/11/2018 | Films | UK/US

Review: Down a Dark Hall

Review: Down a Dark Hall

Rodrigo Cortés delivers a somewhat bothersome adaptation of the Lois Duncan novel of the same name, starring cult American actress Uma Thurman  

02/08/2018 | Films | Spain/US

Review: Bikini Moon

Review: Bikini Moon

Milcho Manchevski breaks new stylistic and geographical ground with this strangely attractive and accomplished mix of documentary, New York indie and fantasy  

14/03/2018 | Films | Germany/US/Canada/Macedonia

Notes to My Father: The world’s first VR sex-trafficking experience

Notes to My Father: The world’s first VR sex-trafficking experience

Through exploring the relationship between a human-trafficking survivor and her father, Jayisha Patel creates an immersive experience that raises awareness in rural Indian society  

12/02/2018 | Films | India/UK/US

I Am Not Your Negro: A deconstruction of “black iconography”

I Am Not Your Negro: A deconstruction of “black iconography”

Raoul Peck’s highly acclaimed documentary holds up an alternative mirror to the deformities inflicted by the hypocritical American dream and its ideology  

25/08/2017 | Films | France/US/Belgium/Switzerland

La Chana: A life spent pacing the floors

La Chana: A life spent pacing the floors

Lucija Stojevic puts her name to a mesmerising documentary on the life of legendary dancer, La Chana, co-produced by Iceland, Spain and the US  

01/06/2017 | Films | Spain/US/Iceland

Alien: Covenant, Ridley Scott between philosophy and horror

Alien: Covenant, Ridley Scott between philosophy and horror

Ridley Scott's film, being released in theatres, narratively dovetails into the 1979 original. Action and splatter scenes may satisfy the tastes of young enthusiasts of the genre  

08/05/2017 | Films | UK/US

Monte: A personal challenge of titanic proportions

Monte: A personal challenge of titanic proportions

Presented out of competition at Venice in 2016, the film by Iranian filmmaker Amir Naderi hits Italian screens with ASAP  

24/11/2016 | Films | Italy/France/US

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