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Review: A beautiful nightmare set in the bruising world of the LA modelling scene, Nicolas Winding Refn’s latest offering is like feasting on a delicious Champagne truffle, only to find a maggot buried in the centre. While the ...

 
 
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Having just returned from the Children’s Media Conference in Sheffield, my head buzzing with three days’ worth of dialogue about ways in which we in the industry should be serving and representing young people, it was fantastic...

 
 
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A new kind of British comedy horror film! Compromise, Can Kill…All filmmaker Catherine Sweeney (Nic Lamont) wants to do is make a horror film – a zombie romantic comedy with heart and a lot of guts! But her Producer...

 
 
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The debut Barnes Film Festival will be held on 2-4 September 2016 and will feature a youth film making competition, workshops and screenings of features and documentaries taking on an environmental theme. The festival will show...

 
 
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Here at Film Debate, we are huge champions of independent film, and when we heard about Mila, an animated short being created by a ‘virtual studio’ comprised of artists from no less than twenty-five countries, we had to find ou...

 
 
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Review: Director John Carney follows his film-turned-stage-show, Once, and music industry romance, Begin Again, with this semi-autobiographical coming of age drama, set against a backdrop of economic depression in mid-1980s Dub...