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Cannes 2024 Review: ALL WE IMAGINE AS LIGHT, A Major Achievement of Indian Cinema
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Grand Prix Winner of Cannes 2024 showcases the emergence of a new voice depicting underrepresented, working-class India from a woman's perspective. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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Cannes 2024 Review: SANTOSH, Damning Portrait of Indian Police Brutality
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Shahana Goswami and Sunita Rajwar star in Sandhya Suri's Hindi-language, British-Indian film about female cops. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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Cannes Review: All We Imagine as Light is a Drama of Profound Beauty
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“Everyone has at least one person in Mumbai.” “There’s work and money in Mumbai. Who would want to go back?” “You better get used to the impermanence.” Like poetry, the hushed voices of real Indian migrant workers pour gently over...
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Cannes 2024 Review: WHEN THE LIGHT BREAKS Illuminates Coming-of-Age Sorrow and Grief
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Icelandic filmmaker Rúnar Rúnarsson offers a contemplative and poignant exploration of grief and love over a single summer day. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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PEEPING TOM 4K Review: You Like To Watch, Don’t You?
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Restored to the Criterion Collection, Michael Powell's answer may disturb you. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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CREEPY BITS 2: Canadian Horror Anthology Now Shooting in Ontario
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A second season of the Canadian horror anthology series, Creepy Bits, is currently filming in and around Ontario, Canada.   Dubbed Creep Bits 2 the project is led by local filmmaker David J. Fernandes. He is joined by four other...
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Watch Two Exclusive Clips from The All Golden, Playing Wednesday at the Roxy Cinema
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When friend and Film Stage contributor Ethan Vestby suggested I watch Nate Wilson’s The All Golden, I did so with no expectations of what might follow. My enthusiasm was frankly non-existent, having no sense of what the film even is....
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2024 Cannes Critics’ Panel: Rasoulof, Kapadia, Audiard, Baker & Schrader are Top 5
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On awards day, there is what they call le reprise des films de la Compétition – essentially each film in the comp receives one extra screening for those who might have missed the film, and while our top three films...
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Killer Klowns from Outer Space Is a Total Blast
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Clowns don’t tend to scare me, and certainly not the ones in “Killer Klowns from Outer Space,” the new video game adapted from the 1988 film of the same name. But I suspect that’s sort of the point; the latest...
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Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga | Review
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Woman Thou Art Loosed: Miller Wades into the Wasteland In all likelihood, George Miller presumably will be closing out his filmography the same way it began, fleshing out the iconic dystopian desert world he created back in 1979 with Mad...
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