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Review: Sara (2015)

Director Herman Yau dropped by at HomeMcr for a very interesting Q&A following the screening of Sara

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Review: The Reagan Show

“Take that Mr Gorbachev”; a charming look at Ronald Reagan’s persona through White House archival footage

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Review: Daphne

Emily Beecham shines above the rest in this neurotic indie drama

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Review: Home Again

Despite the forward thinking subject-matter, Hallie Meyers-Shyer fails to reach expectations with Home Again

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Review: Goodbye Christopher Robin

Simon Curtis plays it safe with this A.A. Milne biopic

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Review: Flatliners

Perhaps the characters in Flatliners shouldn’t have come back to life

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Feature: A Bigger Splash

Luca Guadagnino’s sensuous. suspenseful human drama owes a debt to David Hockney

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The creative space: Subterranean Thoughts with Tom Roberts

September creative space winner Tom Roberts, working on the new film ‘Subterranean Thoughts’ talks to Ellie Tivey about creating “micro-budget” films, university experience and breaking into the industry

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Review: Patti Cake$

8 Mile meets Hairspray in this unashamed ode to rap

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Review: Borg vs McEnroe

The greatest game of tennis ever played becomes another boring day at the office in this underachieving film

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Review: Victoria and Abdul

Even Dame Judi can’t save this Royalist fantasy of exotic servant-hood

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Review: God’s Own Country

A staggeringly poetic debut feature film by director Francis Lee, speaks volumes of the intertwining nature of ferocity, kindness, and love