Stephanie Brown

Steph is a freelance film critic for outlets including Take One Cinema. She also runs a newsletter dedicated to celebrating hidden cinema and lost gems from around the eras. If it’s existentialist, experimental, holistically depressing, and all around bizarre she will probably appreciate it.

We have 18 reviews by Stephanie Brown in the database: read them here

Latest Film Reviews

I'm People, I Am Nobody
Documentary about Stevan, a 60-year-old, former porn performer from Serbia, who is awaiting the outcome of a Kafkaesque trial process in a Maltese prison.
The Man From The Island West
Two men search for meaning in an impoverished coastal village in Taiwan, straying further from the community through their journeys.
The Sinners
An A-List Girl clique starts a secret cult where each of them must embody one of the seven deadly sins. They realise there's more to their small religious town when they start to go missing one by one.
In 1555 England, the love affair between an aphonic English girl and the son of Egyptians seeking illegal passage to Europe from a small community of salt farmers, brings a menacing enemy to light.
Lady Buds
The story of six women who come out of the shadows of the cannabis underground to enter the new commercial industry in California.
The Blazing World
Decades after the accidental drowning of her twin sister, a self-destructive young woman returns to her family home, finding herself drawn to an alternate dimension where her sister may still be alive.
Passengers travelling around the small town of Dvor that looks onto a vast forest, share different fragments of their lives, past and present.
A mayor in the final term of her political career faces a choice between integrity and ambition.
Aya lives on an island with her mum and brother, as flooding threatens her house, Aya makes a choice.
Things change for a sensitive youngster from a deprived area after a new teacher takes over his class.
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