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The 2018 European Shooting Stars – Celebrating Diversity and Talent

By Sayeh Yousefi | Published 19.12.2017. | Mixed Media

The 2018 European Shooting Stars – Celebrating Diversity and Talent

Diversity is a reality, not an empty promise at The 2018 European Shooting Stars Award for the 68th Berlinale, taking place…

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Dee Rees’ New Film Mudbound, Showing On Netflix, Is One To Watch

By Nolan Kelly | Published 01.11.2017. | Mixed Media

Dee Rees’ New Film Mudbound, Showing On Netflix, Is One To Watch

Dee Rees’  makes her breakout as a director with a biracial epic Mudbound in the heart of Mississippi. After Driving Miss…

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New York Film Festival Review: Gerwig's Directorial Debut

By Nolan Kelly | Published 07.10.2017. | Mixed Media

New York Film Festival Review: Gerwig's Directorial Debut "Lady Bird"

Greta Gerwig has directed Lady Bird, a coming-of-age film that’s as unique as she is. “Anybody who talks about California…

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Vanessa Redgrave On The Refugee Crisis: “It Could Be Us.”

By Nolan Kelly | Published 06.10.2017. | Mixed Media

Vanessa Redgrave On The Refugee Crisis: “It Could Be Us.”

Vanessa Redgrave’s documentary Sea Sorrow is more a vanity project than a call to action. I won’t soon forget Meryl Streep’s…

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Greta Gerwig Speaks To The Pavlovic Today: “What Better Way To Make A Love Letter Than Through Somebody Who Wants To Get Out”

By Nolan Kelly | Published 06.10.2017. | Mixed Media

Greta Gerwig Speaks To The Pavlovic Today: “What Better Way To Make A Love Letter Than Through Somebody Who Wants To Get Out”

Greta Gerwig opens up to The Pavlovic Today on the autobiographical nature of her directorial debut, Lady Bird. Following…

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New York Film Festival Review: Call Me By Your Name

By Nolan Kelly | Published 04.10.2017. | Mixed Media

New York Film Festival Review: Call Me By Your Name

Luca Guadagnino builds a bildungsroman around privilege and repression in his new movie Call Me by Your Name screened at…

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Ruben Ostlund:

By Nolan Kelly | Published 30.09.2017. | Mixed Media

Ruben Ostlund: "We Are All Born Into A Kind Of Collective Guilt"

At NYFF, Ruben Ostlund, director of Palme d’Or winning new film The Square, says that "so often we want to do the right thing,…

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New York Film Festival Review: World Premiere Of Last Flag Flying

By Nolan Kelly | Published 28.09.2017. | Mixed Media

New York Film Festival Review: World Premiere Of Last Flag Flying

Richard Linklater’s new ‘war film’ Last Flag Flying tells the story of three Vietnam veterans thirty years later dealing…

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