TIFF REVIEW: ‘Still Processing’ (2020): A Journey of Grief and Vulnerability

As Sophy Romvari goes through each of her own childhood photographs for the first time on camera, she gives a stunning portrait of joy, grief and trauma of lost memories.

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FANTASIA REVIEW: Ladies it’s Time to Dump Him, ‘Don’t Text Back’ (2020)

“Don’t Text Back is the embodiment of the phrase: You can do better than him.” Warn your friends about shitty dudes; that truly should be the motto for millennial dating culture. The heteronormative world is filled with horror stories from young women about bad Tinder dates and terrible relationships. From the classic, “oh my god…

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FANTASIA REVIEW: ‘Doppelbänger’ (2020) is a Sci-Fi Film with a Retro Feel

While Doppelbänger serves as proof of concept for a series called Autom Reign, as shown by the short film’s open ending, it easily manages to stand well on its own.

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REVIEW: ‘Dante: A Replication’ (2020): A Short Film Produced in Quarantine

Talented filmmakers are not limited by their surroundings; they adapt to them.

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REVIEW: ‘Stationary’ (2020) is a Unique Take on a Commonly Told Story

Set mostly within the claustrophobic confines of a parked car, writer-director Louis Chan presents the story of a pair of reunited friends.

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PRIDE 2020: “It makes me feel free, or some shit” – Coming Out of Hiding as Portrayed in ‘Slap’ (2014) and ‘Miller & Son’ (2019)

Set within masculine environments, Slap and Miller & Son provides necessary criticism of societies’ narrow expectations of gender and how hurtful these expectations are for anyone transgressing them.

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REVIEW: ‘Waiting’ (2020) is Short but Highly Impactful

★ ★ ★ ★ “Intimately portrays depths of emotion with only action.”

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REVIEW: Cell Adore Film Festival showcases the finest in short filmmaking talent

It’s clear that filmmaking talent is plentiful in the debut of Cell Adore Film Festival 2020

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Cell Adore Film Festival: The perfect online festival for a lockdown

A film festival for all your self-isolation needs – Cell Adore Film Festival is entirely online and free. Running from April 10 – 12.

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BHFF REVIEW: LGBTQ+ Horror Shorts ‘Slayed!’ Present An Exciting New Chapter for Horror

Whether we’re protectively defending our favourite misunderstood “monsters”, thirsting after a vengeful witch, or intricately dissecting the plot’s subtext to match our queer theories; it’s a genre we’ve passionately invested in despite our community’s seeming absence from its stories.

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