GFF REVIEW: ‘Perfect 10’ Is A Stunning Debut Coming-Of-Age That Definitely Sticks The Landing

Whilst her protagonist is only just finding her feet, Eva Riley’s first feature ‘Perfect 10’ oozes with confidence.

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REVIEW: ‘Saint Maud’ Is Big On Shocks And Style, But Questionable On Substance

Singular, striking and extremely well executed, Saint Maud is a treat at first sight – though as the themes and overarching message sink in, it could leave a more bitter aftertaste.

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Thor, ‘Avengers: Endgame’, And The Problem With Fatsuits

A deep dive into Fat Thor in ‘Avengers: Endgame’, and the problem with using fatsuits on screen.

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GFF REVIEW: The Plot of ‘Dirt Music’ Lets Down Passionate Lead Performances

Gaining full marks for style, it’s ‘Dirt Music’s substance that leaves a lot to be desired.

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GFF REVIEW: ‘County Lines’ Is An Unmissable Debut From Henry Blake

Henry Blake’s debut feature ‘County Lines’ is a coming of age film, but ground down to the genre’s darkest essence.

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REVIEW: ‘Calm With Horses’ Is A Truly Heart-Pounding Thriller With A Revelatory Lead Performance

‘Calm With Horses’ is a ticking time bomb of a movie about family, loyalty, and the pain that stems from having to decide between the two.

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GFF REVIEW: ‘How To Build A Girl’ Is Like A Witty, Whimsical Hug From Caitlin Moran Herself

Based on her 2014 semi-autobiographical novel of the same name, and with her penning the adaptation for the screen, Caitlin Moran’s distinctive voice is weaved through every second of ‘How to Build a Girl’.

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Food, Femininity and First Time Filmmaking: An Interview with Lucy Brydon, Director of ‘Body of Water’

Lucy Brydon talks to Flip Screen about her debut feature ‘Body of Water’, the experience of premiering it at GFF, and being a first time filmmaker.

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GFF REVIEW: ‘Vivarium’ Puts The Mundane Brutality of Life’s Milestones Under The Most Surreal Microscope

Sure to be memorable for its striking visual storytelling and compelling central performances, ‘Vivarium’ should also be commended for its sheer bravery alone.

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GFF REVIEW: ‘Proxima’ Is A Moving Meditation on Motherhood and Ambition

If you look up the word ‘proximal’ in the dictionary you’ll see it defined as ‘situated close to’ or ‘nearest the point of attachment’ – but as it turns out, Alice Winocour’s ‘Proxima’ is all about letting go.

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