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Drama

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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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EIFF 2020: Clemency Review

With a career best turn from Alfre Woodard, Chinonye Chukwu’s devastating death-row drama is a nuanced and affecting look at difficult subject matter.

  • Review
  • 13th July 2020
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The King of Staten Island Review

Judd Apatow directs the semi-autobiographical tale of Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson in this touching, melancholy dramedy.

  • Review
  • 11th June 2020
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The High Note Review

Dakota Johnson stars as aspiring record producer and PA to Tracee Ellis Ross’s legendary R&B star in Late Night director Nisha Ganatra’s easy-going music industry crowd-pleaser.

  • Review
  • 5th June 2020
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GFF 2020: Deerskin Review

French auteur Quentin Dupieux returns with another oddball curio, which sees Jean Dujardin’s middle-aged sad sack becoming obsessed with a deerskin jacket.

  • Review
  • 19th March 2020
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