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Tuesday, June 18, 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...

Sinister – review

Ethan Hawke fronts new found-footage horror film Sinister. The creepy children and masked man say it all, really.

Father dead: Calvary review

Laughs, life lessons and memorable characters abound in John Michael McDonagh’s black comedy

The year in film isn’t over yet

Avoid the cold this winter by taking refuge in the cinema and seeing what 2016 still has to offer.

Cheap tricks: Now You See Me review

Now You See Me Dir: Louis Leterrier In Israel, there is an expression for the summer movie season – “cucumber season.” Films produced during the summer...

The Critics: Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

Dir. Stephen Daldry 2 out of 5 I will spare the ‘Extremely X and Incredibly Y’ puns that litter reviews of director Stephen Daldry’s latest literary...

Cult Film of the Week: The Boondock Saints

The Boondock Saints, released in 1999, has a typical cult film success story. Originally shown in only five cinemas, the film grossed a mere...

Controversies and Quandaries: another extraordinary year for the Oscars

This Sunday, the 85th Academy Awards Ceremony will take place at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. Should you be bothered? It’s always the...

Game of Thrones: Dark Wings, Dark Words – review

The critically-acclaimed (and jaw-droppingly brilliant) HBO series Game of Thrones has returned to screens on both sides of the Atlantic. Each week, Richard Browne reviews each episode as the...

The Critics: Submarine, Howl

Submarine DCA: 25-31 March Richard Ayoade’s Submarine, originally released in 2010, combines refreshing dialogue, a brilliant cast and wonderful cinematography – not surprising, then, that...