In Sondheim’s 90th Year, His Music on Film Remains as Resonant as Ever

It is far from the first time his songs have appeared isolated from their original context, but the explosion in these past six months is notable.

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GFF REVIEW: ‘Les Miserables’ Takes a Two-Sides Approach to Police Brutality

Les Miserables is the first fictional feature directed by Ladj Ly, who grew up in the Montfermeil district, 25 kilometres northeast of Paris, where this film is set.

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GFF REVIEW: ‘Measure for Measure’ Is an Imperfect but Exciting Reinvention

Paul Ireland’s Measure for Measure immediately establishes that it is not your parent’s Shakespeare.

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GFF REVIEW: ‘Escape from Pretoria’ Roots a Prison Break in Historical Resistance

Prison break films have always had a market, and the historical context of Escape from Pretoria adds verisimilitude to the genre.

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The Top 10 Dance Scenes in Musical Films

Each is jaw-droppingly good, demonstrating years of training and hours of painstaking rehearsal to achieve the celebration of movement and technical expertise that still wows audiences today

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