Carol

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Andrew Nickolds isn’t head over heels for Todd Haynes’ romance CAROL.


Steve Jobs

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Andrew Nickolds reviews Danny Boyle’s take on STEVE JOBS.


Song of the Sea

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SONG OF THE SEA is a fun and beautiful Irish indie animation from Tomm Moore and Cartoon Saloon, soon to be released on Blu-Ray, VOD and DVD.


Warriors

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WARRIORS is part DODGEBALL-type underdog story, part travelogue and part polemic – Andrew Nickolds explains it all.


SPECTRE Review

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SPECTRE is as entertaining as Bond would be, but relies on older films and wants to have its cake and eat it too. Jim Ross reviews.


The Wait

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Presented at the London Film Festival in the “First Feature Film” category, THE WAIT is a delicate tale about a mother’s grief after losing her only son.


A Window In London – BFI Retrospective

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Edd Elliott reviews A Window In London, part of the BFI’s London on Film series.


Room

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Federica Roberti reviews the unusual and slow-burning thriller ROOM, adapted from Emma Donoghue’s best-selling novel, at the BFI London Film Festival.


Sicario

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At its best, SICARIO arrests attention and has a patience that draws out an incredibly tense atmosphere. Jim Ross reviews.


Death of a Gentleman

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You thought FIFA was corrupt? Take a look at the body governing world cricket.


By Our Selves

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“A truly wholesome watch, maybe even John Clare would have been happy,” writes Faye Gentile.


Life

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Scriptwriter Luke Davies takes a fresh and raw approach to portraying two juxtapositional characters in LIFE, writes Faye Gentile.


Eisenstein in Guanajuato

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One of Britain’s best arthouse auteurs delivers a transgressive tribute to one of Russia’s foremost artists, presenting him as a filmmaker, theorist, and above all as a human being.


96 Ways To Say I Love You

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Love is a broad, deep and many-layered subject, and it’s an ambitious topic in any medium, let alone a short film, writes Jack Stocker.


The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Miss Osbourne

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Consistently gorgeous to look at and with some extraordinary set-pieces, THE STRANGE CASE OF DR JEKYLL AND MISS OSBOURNE is, like much of Walerian Borowczyk’s work, likely to be an acquired taste.