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For Sama (Review) – The horror of war and strength of humanity

Capturing the horror of a war where crimes against humanity have and are still taking place. Waad al-Kateab and Edward Watts ‘For Sama’ is documentary the whole world needs to watch; a world that has largely stood by as millions of people have suffered and died in Syria. While increasing global populism and nationalism have …

Bait Review – Tradition meets modernity on the Cornish Coast

Mark Jenkin’s Cornish fishing tale is a masterclass in cinematic art and social commentary, providing a hypnotic and salty soap opera. This is unique, captivating and utterly beautiful cinema. Mixing its grainy 16mm black and white footage with modern Cornwall in exploring the interface between tradition and change on the Cornish coast. Martin Ward (Edward …