LFF REVIEW: ‘Wolfwalkers’ (2020) is a Stunning, Delightful Animation

Directors Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart, and their army of animators, have crafted a gorgeous 2D animation which tells a riveting story about the friendship of two young girls.

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NYFF REVIEW: ‘I Carry You With Me’ (2020) Tenderly Examines the Price of the American Dream

More than a love story, I Carry You With Me (Te Llevo Conmigo) (2020) tells an immigrant tale of longing and sacrifice. With immense empathy for its characters, this film probes at the myth of the American dream and revels in the melancholy its premise promises.

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LFF REVIEW: ‘Never Gonna Snow Again’ Is As Ambiguous As It Comes

Little reveals itself at times which can make the film feel as if it’s paused in motion rather than moving forward. The mysterious stranger – a plot point as old as time but one that hasn’t ever lost its touch. The concept of mystery is kind of endless, meaning that the setting, character and idea…

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LFF REVIEW: ‘180 Degree Rule’ Begins with Promise that then Disappoints

“180 Degree Rule at times feels like a telling drama about mistrust and deceit, but what lies under the surface is a morally abrupt message.” There is little joy or optimism to take away when watching 180 Degree Rule. In its 83 minutes, it hits at the hardest spots and seems to gradually get worse…

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LFF REVIEW: ‘The Disciple’ Explores the Importance of Musical Culture

The Disciple wants you to look back at your own traditions and disciplines

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A Week of Horror With the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival

For those lucky enough to haunt the streets of Brooklyn this month, be sure to check out the most horrifyingly brilliant festival running between 17th – 24th October.  The Brooklyn Horror Festival is a celebration of this bloody brilliant genre, boasting a diverse selection of horror films both old and new. The festival will also…

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