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CINEMA 1: THE MOVING IMAGE & CINEMA 2: THE TIME IMAGE Author: Gilles Deleuze Cinema 1 : the Movement-Image is a 1983 book by the philosopher Gilles Deleuze, in which

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THE ENDLESS IN UK CINEMAS AND DIGITAL HD 29TH JUNE 2018

From acclaimed filmmakers Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead (Resolution, Spring) comes THE ENDLESS, a truly unique, mind-bending, genre-blending indie gem of a film that will leave you spinning. When brothers

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Woman is the Future of Man, Tale of Cinema: Two Films by Hong Sangsoo

This collection brings together Women is the Future of Man and Tale of Cinema, the fifth and sixth films by Hong Sangsoo, the masterful South Korean filmmaker who has been

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The Third Murder (Hirokazu Kore-eda) on DVD and Blu-ray on 23 July 2018

From internationally lauded Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda (After The Storm; Like Father, Like Son) comes The Third Murder, a complex death-sentence drama which tells of one man’s hunt for the

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Irma Vep – Arrow’s Blu-ray Review

Irma Verp opens with a floating shot traversing through a functioning TV producer office. Here, the film foreshadows the chaos that will ensure; namely, within the film industry. The film,

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The Addiction – on Blu-ray on 25 June 2018

The mid-nineties were a fertile period for the vampire movie. Big-name stars such as Tom Cruise and Eddie Murphy flocked to genre, as did high-calibre filmmakers like Francis Ford Coppola,

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The Boondock Saints

THY KINGDOM COME. THY WILL BE DONE. Boston, Massachusetts. Home of clam chowder, the Red Sox and Harvard. Home, too, to some of the roughest, toughest criminals ever to walk

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Review: As I Was Moving Ahead Occasionally I Saw Brief Glimpses of Beauty

directed by Jonas Mekas (2000) This world of ours is inscrutably bound to objective time. It traverses linearly, without any evident divagating from this prescribed course of action. Yet we,

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La Chinoise – on Blu-ray on 23 April 2018

Jean-Luc Godard’s ferocious run of ground breaking 1960s commercial features neared a terminus point as the filmmaker turned his gaze onto the nascent left-wing student organisations coalescing on university campuses

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GASLIGHT (1944) by George Cukor – Review

GASLIGHT (1944) Dir. George Cukor Cast: Ingrid Bergman, Charles Boyer This film deals mainly with three themes: madness (or its prelude), toxic relationships (or, precisely, toxic partner), and an obsession

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