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Review: Raw

Viewing cannibalism and cinema, they share a close relationship with one another. Most famously springs to mind Hannibal Lecter and his conniving ...

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Lift-Off film festival 2017 review: Where The Windmills Are

Where the Windmills Are is set in a small town in Denmark, centring around thirteen going fourteen-year-old Thomas. Shy, different, and a ...

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Lift-Off Film Festival 2017 Review: Northern Lights

Nicholas Connor breathes new life into the young-adult drama genre with his latest film Northern Lights, featuring an unusual realism owed to ...

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Review: Raw

Posted on Apr 21, 2017 1
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Lift-Off film festival 2017 review: Where The Windmills

Posted on Apr 20, 2017 2
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Lift-Off Film Festival 2017 Review: Northern Lights

Posted on Apr 20, 2017 3
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Review: Raw

Raw delves into the complexity of the human psyche whilst transgressing the boundaries of genre

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Lift-Off film festival 2017 review: Where The Windmills Are

Where The Windmills Are was the third and final feature film shown at the Lift-Off film festival in March 2017, and was very popular amongst the audience at Texture in Manchester’s Northern Quarter

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Lift-Off Film Festival 2017 Review: Northern Lights

17 year old Nicholas Connor debut feature film

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Review: See No Evil — The Moors Murders

A sensitive but profound look at the horrific real-life Moors Murderers

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Lift-Off Film Festival 2017 Review: Busking Turf Wars

First-time director Peter Trifunovic hits gold with busking mockumentary

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Review: A Silent Voice

A Silent Voice is a captivating and sensitive insight into the effect of high school bullying on individuals, writes Andrew Wong

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Review: Creedmoria

Unconventional coming-of-age tale Creedmoria is James Gill’s pick for first prize film at MANIFF 2017

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Review: Hunter Gatherer

An understated comedy about finding happiness in the simpler things

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Review: Personal Shopper

Cassie Hyde praises Kristen Stewart in her latest endeavour

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Review: The Salesman

Georgie Welch reviews Asghar Farhadi’s Oscar winning drama

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Review: The Olive Tree

Elegant scriptwriting and heartfelt acting has created the emotive masterpiece that is The Olive Tree

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Review — Kong: Skull Island

Fit for a king?