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Time, Space, and Richard Linklater

Richard Linklater’s last film, Boyhood, was a bold exploration of time and space. Going back to his films, we see how much and how little has changed.

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The Political Beginnings of Queer Cinema

To celebrate this week’s BFI Flare and fiveFilms4freedom, George East discusses the beginnings of modern Queer Cinema and the meaning of Queer in today’s world.

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Top Five Christmas Movies

Get outta here with your ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’. He’s a the real top 5 Christmas films.

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The Political Beginnings of Queer Cinema

To celebrate this week’s BFI Flare and fiveFilms4freedom, George East discusses the beginnings of modern Queer Cinema and the meaning of Queer in today’s world.

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Listen Up Philip – Review

Listen Up Philip stars Jason Schwartzman as an arrogant, narcissistic young novelist. Feeling his above those close to him, he spends time with an equally unpleasant older writer.

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Pixadores

Pixadores is a documentary that follows the lives of 4 young men who believe in leaving a mark with political graffiti set in the sprawling metropolis of Sao Paolo.

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Listen Up Philip – Review

Listen Up Philip stars Jason Schwartzman as an arrogant, narcissistic young novelist. Feeling his above those close to him, he spends time with an equally unpleasant older writer.

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Stray Dogs

A guy waiting for the bus gets caught up in an unusual domestic between a magician and his assistant.

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Far Cry 4

Far Cry 4 is basically Far Cry 3 with a different setting and considerably more “stuff”, but it’s fun damn it, consistently fun, like, all the way through.

Filmmaking

Guides & How-To red carpet film festival
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Jeremy Osbern reveals what to expect when entering your first film festival, from tentative submission to the inevitable fraternising with the stars