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Team Spirit

The gangs that you want to be part of.
 
 
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Jean Renoir

With Renoirs’s 1930’s classic “Boudu Saved From Drowning” digitally restored for cinemas this week, we take a look back at the great French master’s best films chosen from his span of nearly forty hugely entertaining years in t...
 

 
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Adult Animation

Many of the most successful cartoons and animated films manage to principally target a younger audience whilst maintaining an appeal for the grown ups. There are, however, the animated features that are produced specifically fo...
 
 
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Onedotzero Film Festival

The internationally renowned onedotzero_adventures in motion festival, last weekend, saw onedotzero; BFI Southbank and BFI IMAX join forces to present a scintillating array of audiovisual and cinematic experiences, forecasting ...
 

 
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Bah Humbug

Christmas isn’t loved by all. Here are some fine examples of Christmas Haters.
 
 
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Director Erich Weiss

Beth Webb talks to first time director Erich Weiss about his documentary feature Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry that was well received…
 

 
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Let Me In Cast & Crew Interview

FilmJuice and Anointed Productions Interview, including Hammer Films CEO Simon Oakes…
 
 
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At Your Service

Critically acclaimed Latin American drama The Maid comes to DVD on 8th November….
 

 
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We Are What We Are Feature

The hotly tipped Mexican spin on the cannibal film We Are What We Are in UK cinemas, this week. Stark, brutal yet also blackly comic and at points strangely moving, the film is a radically unique take on the cannibal genre. We ...
 
 
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Addicted To Sex

Filmmakers love to delve into the murky waters of the affliction that is addiction; from documentaries to biopics, novel adaptations and surrealism – addiction is an opportune subject for a director to dig deep into the complex...