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The Art And Soul Of Dune

Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel, Dune, was the starting point. A novel that won award after award—and, despite being discussed as the archetypal ‘un-filmable’ novel—went on to inspire an hugely successful TV and
November 1, 2021

Blade Runner 2049 Storyboards Wows Fans

In 1982, film audiences were to experience a bold new depiction of the future with Ridley Scott’s ground-breaking film, Blade Runner. Sadly, the unknown director’s adaption of Philip K Dick’s ideas-heavy Do
April 7, 2021

Polytechnique

While the world waits with bated breath for Denis Villeneuve’s highly-anticipated Dune adaptation, there’s surely no time like the present to revisit some of the acclaimed French Canadian filmmaker’s early work. Thanks
November 29, 2020

Arrival

It is perhaps fortuitous, or perfectly planned, that as a certain orange faced leader of the world looks to alienate countries against each that Arrival should, arrive. Because it’s rare you encounter
March 15, 2017

Arrival

Arrival starts as it means to go on, with a hyper-stylish and realistic approach to the Sci-Fi genre. No wonder on the style front, as at the helm is Denis Villeneuve, the
November 11, 2016

Drugs On Film

Denis Villeneuve’s Sicario – on Blu-ray, DVD and digital platforms from February 1st – is a visceral, unflinching portrayal of the war against drugs.  Critically lauded and impossible to tear your eyes
January 29, 2016

Sicario

The war on drugs has long been a favourite of film. But if Steven Soderbergh’s Traffic illustrated it with a tapestry of characters and story Sicario gets into the nitty gritty. Because
January 24, 2016

Sicario

Denis Villeneuve has steadily built an enviable body of work since his Oscar-nominated war drama Incendies (2010). With a penchant for restrained and confident storytelling, the tense and intelligent Prisoners and Enemy – made back-to-back and both released in 2013 – cemented his status as
September 26, 2015
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