LFF REVIEW: ‘Supernova’ (2020) Shines Bright with Glowing Performances

Supernova is a tender, devastatingly gorgeous road trip, brooding with introspection.

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REVIEW: ‘Don’t Think Twice’ (2020) is an Intimate Reflection on Dementia

Harry Hitchen’s sublime short ‘Don’t Think Twice’ offers an emotive insight to the life of a man who through the dark cloud of dementia finds joy in music.

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LFF REVIEW: ‘Farewell Amor’ (2020) is an Impressive Trichotomous Negotiation of Family Values

Farewell Amor features many goodbyes, some more painful than others, but each farewell marks a new beginning.

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First Look Review: ‘We Are Who We Are’ (2020) Flourishes Under The Italian Sun

‘We Are Who We Are’ continues Guadagnino’s streak of focus upon summer infatuation and the burning desire of young people.

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BFI FLARE REVIEW: ‘My Fiona’ (2020) Is A Heartfelt Look at Love And Loss.

Kelly Walker’s directorial debut plots Jane’s mourning for Fiona as she tries to find peace and space beside Fiona’s wife, Gemma (Corbin Reid), and Fiona’s seven-year-old son, Bailey (Elohim Nycalove).

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BFI FLARE REVIEW: ‘Pride & Protest’ (2020) Proudly Voicing Activism

“With all due respect, you don’t get to decide who is homophobic or not,” states Ferhan Kahn, a queer Muslim activist, who very calmly provides a counter to an anti-LGBTQ protest outside a Birmingham primary school.

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Before Portraits, There Were Water Lilies: Céline Sciamma’s Own Retrospective

“We’re having cramps every month! No one gives a fuck!”

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REVIEW: ‘The Staggering Girl’ (2020) Flaunts A Stunning Fashion-Consciousness

Boasting a stunning cast who adorne meticulously crafted garments, The Staggering Girl is director Luca Guadagnino’s venture into fashion collaboration.

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REVIEW: ‘Birds of Prey’ (2020) is a Powerhouse of Women Telling Their Own Stories.

Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) punches hard. Fists of pent up frustration fly with no regret as she takes on Black Mask (Ewan McGregor) and his Gotham goons.

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LSFF REVIEW: ‘Up To And Including Her Limits’ Challenges Feminine Identity

As part of London Short Film Festival, the ‘Up To And Including Her Limits’ strand included six short films united by the centralisation of women and control.

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