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London Film Festival 2013


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Best/Worst of 2012 – Reader Contributions


Adam Draper Best: Moonrise Kingdom Worst: The Lorax, that film took a massive shit on my childhood.

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‘I just can’t understand why we just don’t do whatever we feel like’ – An interview with Isabella Eklöf


Having graduated from the National Film School of Denmark last year, Isabella Eklöf has already made 11 shorts including Noter Fra Kælderen (Notes From Underground) which was showcased in the Encounters Short Film and Animated Festival. The film is notable … Continue reading

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Aelita: Queen of Mars


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Preview of the 18th Encounters Film Festival


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Brave


Brave is the latest outing from the prestigious Pixar Animation Studios directed by Brenda Chapman and Mark Andrews. It features Kelly Macdonald, Emma Thompson, Billy Connolly and Julie Walters and is shown in 3D in selected cinemas.

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Ted


Ted is Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane’s debut feature film co-written with FG writer Alec Sulkin. It stars Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis and MacFarlane himself in the eponymous role.

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Luke Atmey: Fated To Pretend Trailer


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Happy Birthday, AJH


Today is the 113th birthday of perhaps one of the few filmmakers whose work and name is universally recognisable. No one aside perhaps Spielberg, Chaplin or Kubrick (and even then) has found greater success in the West and, later, the … Continue reading

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Nostalgia for the Light (Nostalgia de la Luz)


Nostalgia for the Light (Nostalgia de la Luz) is a Chilean documentary by director Patricio Guzmán and cinematography by Katell Djian. It was made in 2010 but only recently received a UK wide release.

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