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Monday, July 22, 2019

An introduction to contemporary Moroccan cinema

Morocco has a long history of providing locations for foreign productions, among them films by Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock, David Lean, John Huston, and...

A guide to cinema in St Andrews

The New Picture House (the only NPH worth talking about) is St Andrews' one and only cinema. Featuring one main screen and two smaller...

Cult film of the week: Pink Flamingos

Pink Flamingos is possibly the most repulsive film ever made

Out of tune: Inside Llewyn Davis review

The Coen brothers' latest left Saeuun Gísladóttir wanting more

“Yesterday”: A Review

Yesterday is an example of one of the most frustrating types of film: the "good enough" movie you sense has greatness in its reach, but...

The magic of La La Land

La La Land is an exploré of the realities of refusing to sacrifice your art. Yes, it’s glamorous and magical and bursts into song in the middle of a traffic jam, but it’s also brutal.

Cult film of the week: The Royal Tenenbaums

The quintessential Wes Anderson film, The Royal Tenenbaums is a must-see for fans of the director

Isle of Dogs: A review

In a near-future and dystopian Japan, the island’s dogs have been infected with the deadly Canine Flu which scientists fear will spread to humanity....

The Great Gatsby – Review

The Great Gatsby Dir. Baz Luhrmann 7.5/10 I recently came across the Portuguese word saudade. The word describes the sensation of longing for something or someone that...

Cult film of the week: Kelly’s Heroes

It was 1970, America was fighting in Vietnam, and news channels were offering something Hollywood couldn’t: real death, real violence, and real war. Still, it was a good time...