Tomer Heymann is one the brightest documentary filmmakers currently in the industry. Eight years in the making his […]
Inspired by the real life story of Nora Monsecour. Lucas Dhont brings us a beautiful coming of age […]
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Despite solid performances from both Hedges and Roberts, Ben is Back never manages to rise above the tried […]
Richard Billingham’s photography is world renowned, and with his debut feature Billingham brings the power of his photographic […]
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Continuing the Marvel cinematic journey, Captain Marvel takes us back to a time before the Avengers where Carol […]
Adapted from a John Ajvide Lindqvist short story, the man who also penned Let The Right One In. […]
For some this film may be a struggle to settle into, but this is beautiful Italian filmmaking. Offering a story full of heart and magic alongside a cutting social commentary.
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The success of Star Wars is multi layered, but its enduring ability to appeal to young people comes through a clear understanding of the passion and ideas that young people offer, even when facing adversity and oppression. Reflecting the post war social development of the teenager and the need for a youth voice in a world of dramatic change ‘A New Hope’ reflects its title. It demonstrates that future generations are the key to social change in a society that has failed them, while encouraging young people to believe in their power to change their world or universe.
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