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Alex Noyer on inclusivity, creating intimacy and Sound Of Violence
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At close quarters
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Sierra McCormick on pandemic filmmaking and We Need To Do Something
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Clare Foley on the appeal of dark roles and starring in The Changed
Embodying the multitude
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Oren Jacoby on Sam Shepard: Stalking Himself
Grassroots guts
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Julie Kauffman on capturing the world of no budget filmmaking in The Brilliant Terror
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Hayley Garrigus on magic, manipulation and You Can’t Kill Meme
From song to sword
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MASUMI on moving between singing and acting for Yakuza Princess
Stay-At-Home Seven: August 23 to 29
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TV and streaming picks for the coming week
A taste of Frightfest
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Five unmissable horror highlights set to thrill fans in London
First contact
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Brielle Brilliant on forming connections, becoming more free, and Firstness
Taking wing
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Theodore Schaefer on magical realism, working with animals and Giving Birth To A Butterfly
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Oren Jacoby on the importance of theatre and On Broadway
The object of her affections
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Mariel Sharp and Kaye Adelaide on monsters, queerness, puppeteering and Monster Dyke
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A film of two halves
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Mickey Reece on Agnes and making films that feel new
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Into the woods
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Kier-La Janisse on Woodlands Dark And Days Bewitched: A History Of Folk Horror
Keeping the wolf from the door
by Jennie Kermode
Perry Blackshear on working through hard times and When I Consume You
A dark imaginary
by Jennie Kermode
Ruth Platt on childhood, religion, luck and Martyrs Lane
Five must-see films at OutFest LA
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LGBTQ+ films breaking the mould
Unforgettable
by Jennie Kermode
Kelsey Egan on memory, fairy tales, pandemics and Glasshouse
Raising hell
by Jennie Kermode
Toby Poser, John Adams and Zelda Adams on Hellbender and making films as a family
Stay-At-Home Seven: August 9 to 15
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Streaming and TV suggestions for the coming week
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Zita Bai, Vas Provatakis and Qiyu Zhou on Baby, Don't Cry
Streaming Spotlight - Indigenous filmmakers
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Ahead of the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples we look at the rise of storytellers who are changing the narrative
Back into the creative world
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Jonathan Taplin on faith and his journey Until The End Of The World with Wim Wenders
Fantasia highlights you won’t want to miss
by Jennie Kermode
We look at the pick of this year’s line-up
Stay-At-Home Seven: August 2 to 8
by Amber Wilkinson
Telly and streaming picks for the week ahead
The humanity of the story
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Melissa Haizlip on Ellis Haizlip, Black creativity and Mr. Soul!
Streaming Spotlight - Tiger feats
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To celebrate the International Tiger Day, we look at films that have earned their stripes
Capturing trailblazers
by Amber Wilkinson
Sushmit Ghosh and Rintu Thomas on fighting prejudice and the importance of journalism in Writing With Fire
Having a treasure
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Gregory Monro on Eyes Wide Shut, Barry Lyndon, Full Metal Jacket, the Aryan Papers, and Napoleon
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by Amber Wilkinson
TV and streaming picks for the coming week
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Annalise Lockhart on ghosts, invisibility and making Inheritance
Casting spells
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Jimmy Giannopoulos on Emory Cohen, Ewan McGregor and Lorraine Bracco in The Birthday Cake
Streaming Spotlight: Shore fire hits
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This week we're heading to the beach
Joyous rebellion
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Jonathan Taplin on Katharine Hepburn, Wim Wenders, Edward Hopper and The Magic Years: Scenes From A Rock-And-Roll Life
The wealth of a nation
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Jan Philipp Weyl on Running Against The Wind and the real Ethiopia
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TV and streaming picks for the week ahead
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Red Rocket director realises dream of bringing his underdogs to Cannes
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