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This November saw the sixth Underwire Film Festival, founded by Gabriella Apicella and Gemma Mitchell in 2010 to showcase women working in the industry. The only festival in the UK of its kind, Underwire champions female contri...

 
 
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Review: Magali Pettier’s debut feature charts a year in the life of Tom and Kay Hutchinson and their three children, as they strive to breed the ideal Swaledale sheep. Raised on a farm in Brittany, Pettier had originally planne...

 
 
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I had the honour of being invited to this event by the inimitable Anthony Stabley, writer and director of Everlasting, which had its world premiere at the CPIFF on Wednesday 11th November, and what an atmospheric evening it was...

 
 
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Review: One of my personal highlights from the No/Gloss film festival this year, Ben Woodiwiss’ genre-defying feature tells the story of Benny (an incredible Pauline Cousty), a young French film student trying to make a horror ...

 
 
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The first weekend of October saw Leeds host its fourth independent film festival. Launched in 2012 as a DIY venture, when it was hosted in a former Victorian pie factory, the No/Gloss Film Festival has become an annual showcase...

 
 
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[Review] – ‘Nina Forever’

 
 
 
 
 
 
September 7, 2015
 



Review: This unconventional British ghost story from the Blaine Brothers interweaves themes of love, loss, grief, depression, and morbid fascination to examine the scars we all carry, and the baggage we bring to new relationshi...