Tag: Edinburgh Film Festival


Where once open countryside was farmed by the locals, so the industrial revolution swept aside that humble living, but now that too is gone as manufacturing has been
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A year past the release of his debut feature, his challenging and disturbing look at the world of an isolated orphan through The Eyes of My Mother, director
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Carl has had bad nights and bad mornings before. It’s a year since he was released from prison and he no longer drinks. “It sends me off,” he
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To see further and deeper than others, it is necessary to demonstrate a focus which is unwavering, the consequence of which is that peripheries are omitted and disregarded.
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The Messenger

To be different is to be unpopular. This is a lesson Jack has learned, as he sits alone in his tiny flat surrounded by abandoned pizza boxes and
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He makes a compelling witness to the reasons for the legalisation of drugs, does Todd Ambro, founder of the Ambro Corporation, a quite literally self-made man who twenty
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It was supposed to be a simple dinner party, four couples, a few bottles of wine, catching up with old friends, but the awkward conversation of bad career
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It began on July 4th 2014, a date which probably seemed more distant when Bong Joon-Ho’s film was released in his native South Korea last August. Based on
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