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Mangrove: BFI London Film Festival Movie Review

Mangrove: BFI London Film Festival Movie Review Director: Steve McQueen Writers: Alastair Siddons, Steve McQueen Producers: Michael Elliott, Anita Overland Starring: Letitia Wright, Shaun Parkes, Malachi Kirby, Rochenda Sandall, Jack Continue Reading

Another Round (Druk): BFI London Film Festival Movie Review

Another Round (Druk): BFI London Film Festival Movie Review Director: Thomas Vinterberg Screenplay: Thomas Vinterberg, Tobias Lindholm Producers: Kasper Dissing, Sisse Graum Jørgensen Starring: Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Bo Larsen, Magnus Continue Reading

Siberia: BFI London Film Festival Movie Review

Willem Dafoe is an enigma wrapped in a mystery wrapped in a tortilla. The only think that makes sense about him is that he doesn’t make sense.

Shirley BFI: London Film Festival Movie Review

Shirley is not so much a typical biographical film but more an alt-biopic told in the style of one of Shirley Jackon’s gothic short stories

Herself: BFI London Film Festival Movie review

Herself is an honest portrayal of domestic violence, but also an uplifting and inspiring tale about a Mother’s devotion and love for her children.

180° Rule: BFI London Film Festival Movie Review

180° Rule: BFI London Film Festival Movie Review Director: Farnoosh Samadi Writer: Farnoosh Samadi Producer: Ali Mosaffa Starring: Sahar Dolatshahi, Pejman Jamshidi, Hassan Pourshirazi See more of our BFI London Continue Reading

Relic BFI: London Film Festival Movie Review

Mother, Kay and daughter, Sam travel to their home town and family home when they get word that Edna, the mother/ grandmother has been missing for several days. However, when she returns things are not all that they seem.

Stray: BFI London Film Festival Movie Review

Stray: BFI London Film Festival Movie Review  Directed by: Elizabeth Lo Produced by: Elizabeth Lo, Shane Boris Check out more BFI London Film Festival coverage here. The streets of Turkey Continue Reading