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REVIEW: Siberia (LFF 2020)

For those who like their festival films as bonkers and experimental as possible; well this one’s definitely for you. World premiering in competition at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival earlier this year, Siberia marks Abel Ferrara’s sixth collaboration with Willem Dafoe, following last year’s addiction drama Tommaso. Billed as a search…

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Best of the Decade: The Florida Project (2017)

2017 was an exceptional year for cinema, we saw the likes of Get Out, Dunkirk, The Phantom Thread, Blade Runner: 2049, The Shape of Water, Call Me By Your Name among many others. And, while I adore each and every last film mentioned there was…

Film Fest 919, Film Reviews

FILM FEST 919: Motherless Brooklyn

There aren’t a lot of films like Motherless Brooklyn anymore, but there really should be. Motherless Brooklyn tells the story of Lionel Essrog (Edward Norton), a private eye with Tourette’s syndrome, whose life is turned upside down when his boss and father figure, Frank Menna…

Film Reviews, LFF 2019

REVIEW: The Lighthouse (London Film Festival 2019)

After exploding onto the horror scene with his nightmarish folk fable The Witch, all eyes were on what director Robert Eggers would do next. His sophomore offering The Lighthouse is a maniacal maritime fever dream, which pairs robust filmmaking and gorgeous black and white cinematography…

Events, Films, TV

The 2019 Critic’s Choice Awards: Full List And Winners

The 24th Annual Critic’s Choice Awards presented their awards Sunday night to categories across the film and television platforms. Viola Davis presented the #SeeHer Award to Claire Foy (The Girl in the Spider’s Web, The Crown, First Man), an award given to women who persistently…

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The 2019 Golden Globe Awards WINNERS

The Golden Globes gave us a lot to talk about! From tracking tallies on our favorite actors in anticipation for the Oscars to… a flu shot segment? The NBC televised event had its ups and downs, but most of all, it fed our ever growing…