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3277 articles available in total starting from 23/05/2002. Last article published on 01/02/2023.

Review: A House in Jerusalem

Review: A House in Jerusalem

Creative duo Muayad and Rami Alayan craft a touching coming-of-age tale exploiting some well-known tropes about loss and trauma but in a fresh, powerful fashion  

01/02 | IFFR 2023 | Limelight

Review: Rye Lane

Review: Rye Lane

It’s hard not to fall for Raine Allen Miller's rom-com, and for one starry food-themed cameo  

30/01 | Sundance 2023 | Premieres

Review: Scrapper

Review: Scrapper

Charlotte Regan’s drama is sweet, endearing and so predictable that you will think you have already seen it  

30/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Enzo d’Alò’s new animated flick A Greyhound of a Girl to premiere at this year’s Berlinale

Enzo d’Alò’s new animated flick A Greyhound of a Girl to premiere at this year’s Berlinale

The European co-production stars Mia O’Connor, Charlene McKenna, Brendan Gleeson, Sharon Horgan and Rosaleen Linehan in the leading roles  

26/01 | Production | Funding | Italy/Ireland/Luxembourg/UK/Latvia/Estonia/Germany

Review: Squaring the Circle (The Story of Hipgnosis)

Review: Squaring the Circle (The Story of Hipgnosis)

Anton Corbijn’s documentary on the creative team behind some of the most iconic album covers of the 1970s and beyond is more conventional than its subjects  

26/01 | Sundance 2023 | Spotlight

Review: Polite Society

Review: Polite Society

Ladies who lunch morph into ladies who kick each other in the face in Nida Manzoor’s oddity, which is let down by its final act  

25/01 | Sundance 2023 | Midnight

Review: Is There Anybody Out There?

Review: Is There Anybody Out There?

In this touching doc, disabled filmmaker Ella Glendining narrates her life’s journey, and then widens the lens to find others like her  

25/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Review: Girl

Review: Girl

A mother and daughter, two recent African immigrants to Glasgow, take solace in one another amidst domestic and personal instability, in Adura Onashile’s feature debut  

24/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: The Pod Generation

Review: The Pod Generation

Sophie Barthes’ so-so sci-fi satire is a wasted opportunity drowning in pastel colours  

24/01 | Sundance 2023 | Premieres

All Quiet on the Western Front leads the pack for the 2023 BAFTA nominations

All Quiet on the Western Front leads the pack for the 2023 BAFTA nominations

The Netflix title has garnered 14 nods, tying with 2001’s Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon in terms of the most nominations ever received by a foreign-language film  

20/01 | BAFTA 2023

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