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32nd Flare LGBTQ+ Film Festival
32nd Flare LGBTQ+ Film Festival
32nd Flare LGBTQ+ Film Festival

This March, the BFI hosted the 32nd Flare LGBTQ+ Film Festival, showcasing an impressive variety of queer cinema. The Altered States shorts programme comprised a range of works from British talent, and included narrative shorts...

 
 
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Thor Ragnarok review poster
Thor Ragnarok review poster
Thor Ragnarok review poster

Thor: Ragnarok – Joint Review Katie’s Perspective: Taika Waititi, director of indie gems Eagle vs Shark, Boy, What We Do in the Shadows, and last year’s glorious Hunt for the Wilderpeople, may have seemed like a rat...

 
 
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Raindance Film Festival 2017... Upcoming Highlights
Raindance Film Festival 2017... Upcoming Highlights
Raindance Film Festival 2017... Upcoming Highlights

Raindance Film Festival 2017… Upcoming Highlights The 25th Raindance Film Festival kicks off on 20th September and, with the full programme now announced, here are some of the upcoming features and events which look set t...

 
 
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A Ghost Story Review Poster
A Ghost Story Review Poster
A Ghost Story Review Poster

A Ghost Story Review: On paper, it sounds ridiculous: A young widow is followed home by the hospital sheet-draped ghost of her recently deceased husband, and he continues to haunt their modest bungalow, wearing the most basic o...

 
 
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Anti Matter Review Poster
Anti Matter Review Poster
Anti Matter Review Poster
 

Anti Matter – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
July 23, 2017
 



Anti Matter Review: Kier Burrows’ first feature film is billed as a sci-fi take on Alice in Wonderland, but while the influence is certainly apparent, Anti Matter arguably has more in common with psychological thrillers such as...

 
 
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From Amish to A-List
From Amish to A-List
From Amish to A-List

From Amish to A-List “You wouldn’t want to be caught in a movie theatre when Jesus comes back, would you?” I was born into an Amish Mennonite family in Ontario and I was forbidden to go to the movie theatre because ‘the devil l...