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Adam

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Interview with John Michael McDonagh, writer-director of The Forgiven

Writer-director John Michael McDonagh was on hand at the Edinburgh International Film Festival to discuss his latest film The Forgiven.

  • Interview
  • 2nd September 2022
  • Adam
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EIFF 2022: Funny Pages Review

Daniel Zolghadri stars in Owen Kline’s feature film debut, a hilariously grimy coming-of-age comedy set in the world of grotesque comic strips.

  • Review
  • 30th August 2022
  • Adam
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Interview with LOLA's Emma Appleton and Stefanie Martini

Emma Appleton and Stefanie Martini attend the Edinburgh International Film Festival to discuss their experience of filming LOLA, the 1940s-set sci-fi from Irish indie filmmaker Andrew Legge.

  • Interview
  • 25th August 2022
  • Adam
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EIFF 2022: Aftersun Review

Charlotte Wells’s stunning debut feature, starring Paul Mescal and Francesca Corio, opens the 75th Edinburgh International Film Festival.

  • Review
  • 17th August 2022
  • Adam
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Everything Everywhere All at Once Review

The film-making duo behind Swiss Army Man return with a multiverse adventure that’s as creative as it is chaotic.

  • Review
  • 20th May 2022
  • Adam
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GFF 2022: True Things Review

Ruth Wilson’s compelling performance enlivens Harry Wootliff’s toxic relationship drama.

  • Review
  • 14th March 2022
  • Adam
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Best of the Year: Top 20 Films of 2021

Counting down the top 20 films of 2021, from Julia Ducournau’s Titane and Florian Zeller’s The Father, to Ridley Scott’s The Last Duel and Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog.

  • Feature
  • 26th January 2022
  • Adam
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Last Night in Soho Review

Thomasin Mackenzie is transported to the swinging ’60s in Edgar Wright’s sleek and seedy thriller.

  • Review
  • 29th October 2021
  • Adam
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LFF 2021: The Harder They Fall Review

Idris Elba, Regina King and Lakeith Stanfield star in Jeymes Samuel’s swaggering debut opened the 2021 London Film Festival.

  • Review
  • 13th October 2021
  • Adam
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EIFF 2021: The Justice of Bunny King Review

Essie Davis shines as a desperate mother in Gaysorn Thavat’s touching drama.

  • Review
  • 21st August 2021
  • Adam