NFF REVIEW: ‘British Mix Vol. 1’ Strand

The Norwich Film Festival British Mix Volume One strand showcases British talent currently working on short film projects.

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NFF REVIEW: ‘Sci-Fi and Fantasy Collection’ Strand

The Norwich Film Festival Sci-Fi and Fantasy Collection showcases short films that explore otherworldly concepts to tell human stories.

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NFF Review: ‘Women In Film’ Strand

Reviews of the short films in Norwich Film Festival’s ‘Women In Film’ strand which shows an array of female-directed shorts.

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AFI FEST REVIEW: ‘I’m Your Woman’ (2020) is a Thrilling Kind of Empowerment

I’m Your Woman combines an engaging character exploration with familiar crime-thriller tropes to deliver a different kind of woman empowerment.

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MFF REVIEW: ‘Minari’ (2020) is Fulfilling in Its True-to-Life Form

Flush in the heat of a childhood summer, Lee Isaac Chung makes himself comfortable in the home that is his fourth feature film, Minari.

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NIGHTSTREAM REVIEW: Isolation and Paranoia Unravel Reality in ‘Bleed With Me’ (2020)

With her feature film debut, writer/director Amelia Moses delivers a psychologically complex film very much aware of its place in the horror cabin trend. Both embracing and subverting the promise of its setting, Bleed With Me (2020) offers an unsettling atmosphere that expands far beyond the confines of a screen.

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Top of the Docs #37 – LFF Special: ‘If It Were Love’ (2020) Reminisces on Human Touch

If It Were Love is an intense film following the touring show of Crowd from theatre to theatre. The fly on the wall documentary observes these performers behind the scenes.

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Top of the Docs #36 – LFF Special: ‘Time’ (2020)

Garrett Bradley, a first-time filmmaker, brings us perhaps the most damning indictment of the system yet, with her film Time.

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LFF REVIEW: ‘Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets’ (2020) Blurs Fact & Fiction To Fascinating Effect

A cross between documentary and cinematic social experiment, the Ross Brothers’ ‘Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets’ feels like the ultimate hangout movie.

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LFF REVIEW: ‘New Order’ (2020) is a Chaotic, Ultra-Violent Dystopian Warning

A fierce, uncompromising nightmare from Franco, meant to scream like a vision of a future that’s already revealing itself in the present.

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