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Provoking Delicate Social Order: Under the Tree

A deliciously dark satire that examines the fragile nature of civility in a suburban setting, where it takes very little to provoke the collapse of social order....

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Delusion and Fragile Knowledge: Take Shelter

Take Shelter boasts an insidious dread throughout, the tension building to near unbearable levels in this effective portrait of the deterioration of mental health. ...

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All the World’s a Stage: Ian McKellen Plays His Part

Frank self-analysis offers some fascinating insight into Ian McKellen's career trajectory; an essential watch for both fans and those interested in an experienced actor’s perspective....

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The Cause of Progress: A Cambodian Spring

A stirring and articulate documentary, A Cambodian Spring charts the forcible displacement of the capital’s residents due to corporate land grabbing supported by a corrupt government....

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Cela Nous Concerne Tous: In the Intense Now

In the Intense Now is a fascinating and astute cine essay of the psychological nature of revolution during the events of May 68....

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Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night

That Good Night is a slightly disappointing swansong for the late John Hurt, nevertheless the actor shines in this moral quandary....

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Five Senses Cinema to Open in London West End

A state-of-the-art cinema that engages all five senses will bring the onscreen action to life for Londoners this week....

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The Horror of Domestic Abuse: Custody

Powerful in its neorealism and examination of an abusive relationship, Custody is an impressive feature debut that demands to be seen....

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Dartmouth Films Presents Lost in Vagueness

The never-before-told story of the rise and fall of Lost Vagueness at Glastonbury Festival, and its maverick founder, Roy Gurvitz....

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Interracial Tensions and Civil Unrest: Gook

Justin Chon’s sophomore feature packs a punch as a small-scale representation of what led to the 1992 Los Angeles riots....

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Indie Dramedy To Be First Ever Feature Film Released On The Blockchain

From Two Roads Picture Co., indie dramedy No Postage Necessary will be the first ever feature film released on the blockchain....

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Justice Is A Fallacy: The Third Murder

As an exercise in philosophical musings on the nature of true justice, The Third Murder challenges the viewer with a compelling ambiguity....

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Civil Savagery in The Age of Innocence

Martin Scorsese's sumptuous period piece is a scathing look at the coercive pressures and societal expectations of high society....

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Disenfranchised Youth: Love and Other Cults

Love and Other Cults, Third Window's second collaboration with Eiji Uchida, is a quirky comedy that holds deep sadness....

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One Woman and Her Dog: Rex

Gabriela Cowperthwaite makes her debut narrative feature with Rex, a biographical film based upon real-life US Marine corporal veteran Megan Leavey....

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MUBI Gifts Free Subscriptions to the Filmmakers of Tomorrow

In association with CILECT and with the support of Creative Europe, film students and teachers worldwide will be able to access MUBI at no cost. ...

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Anatomies of Society: Yi Yi

Widely regarded as one of the 21st century’s greatest films, Edward Yang’s multi-award-winning Yi Yi is a beautiful portrait of family life across three generations....

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Being Blacker: Racism in Modern Britain

Molly Dineen's first documentary in 10 years is a portrait of the challenges of being black in modern Britain....

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Tearing Up Social Mores: The Party

A deliciously bitey satire on bourgeois pretensions, The Party is a reflection on the stage of politics. ...

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Narcissism Under Putin: Loveless

Russian auteur Andrey Zvyagintsev’s Loveless is a superbly cold experience....

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Status Quo Vs. Justice: Strangled

Basing itself upon true events, Strangled is a bold, sociopolitical thriller that pulls no punches....

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Starkly Beautiful: God’s Own Country

Deftly balancing frank storytelling with plausible gay romance, God's Own Country is a stunning feature debut. ...

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Depressingly Funny: Daphne

A refreshingly accurate and wryly funny portrayal of everyday mental illness, Daphne is an impressive feature debut....

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Suggs and a Cat’s Death: My Life Story

Madness separated their brand of ska-pop from the political leanings of 2 Tone with a schtick of fun, and as their lead man, Suggs was always easy to love....

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Feature Film: Bird of Paradise

Presenting Trebuchet's Film for the Day...

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America, Why Did You Stop Dreaming?

Chasing the ghosts of an American Dream...

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Crusty Hero Makes Bad: Lost in Vagueness

When the wild side is your USP, don't be surprised when all hell breaks loose...

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And Phil Keeps on Falling: Blade Runner 2049

Very yellow and not very mellow. Is Blade Runner really due a reboot?...

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Contra-Internet: Zach Blas at Gasworks

Gasworks presents Contra-Internet, a major new commission by London-based artist Zach Blas...

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Casting Off: Rachel Whiteread at Tate Britain

Charting absence, memory, and loss through the familiar, reimagined...

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