Utoya July 22 screening at HOME Photo: Rona McCann

The focus of discussion surrounding the 2011 tragedy is put back on the victims’ experience thanks to Poppe’s remarkable film. The question and answer panel, hosted at HOME, consisted of director Erik Poppe and lead actor Andrea Berntzen along with real survivors of the attack, Lisa Marie Husby and Ole Slyngstadli

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Review: 22 July

A review of Paul Greengrass’s drama depicting the 2011 terror attacks in Norway and their fallout among the survivors.

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Review: Mandy

Brutal, strange, and featuring Nicolas Cage at his insane, over-the-top best, Mandy is an instant cult-classic.

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Review: Venom

Tom Hardy’s much-anticipated Marvel debut doesn’t really live up to the hype

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At first glance, the film may be seen as just another tale of a damsel in distress, but upon closer inspection, Casablanca is a romantic fantasy that has made an everlasting impact on cinema as a whole

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Izzy Sharp compares the adaptations of ‘Picnic at Hanging Rock’ from 1975 and 2018, pitting Weir’s entry against the modern iteration from Kondracki

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Tetsuo: The Iron Man is a radical film that is profoundly shocking in both style and content, fostering a powerful sense of unease in the viewer. Almost 30 years after its release, it still has the capacity to disturb, writes Ashwin Tharoor

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The Mancunion reviews Drew Goddard’s mystery thriller ‘Bad Times at the El Royale’ – a film reliant on aesthetics and shirtless cameos.

Review: First Man

Adrian Kanyoli lends his praise to Damien Chazelle’s latest feature-length but asks if it deviates too much from the norm for mainstream appeal.

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Review: A Star is Born

Emotional, funny, and featuring a killer soundtrack, A Star is Born will surely go down as one of 2018’s greatest films.

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