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LFF review: Nicole Kidman’s delivers an Oscar-worthy performance in ‘Destroyer’

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LFF review: Nicole Kidman’s delivers an Oscar-worthy performance in ‘Destroyer’

by Lucy Scholes

Karyn Kusama’s film gives Kidman the chance to be damaged and dangerous in a way that usually only men are allowed to be.
LFF review: ‘Non-Fiction’ is both superficially chic and deeply intelligent

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LFF review: ‘Non-Fiction’ is both superficially chic and deeply intelligent

by Lucy Scholes

Olivier Assayas' film couldn't be more French if it tried.
Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Roma’ is spellbinding cinema

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Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Roma’ is spellbinding cinema

by Matthew d'Ancona

The highly anticipated film is nothing short of a masterpiece.
LFF review: Christina Choe’s ‘Nancy’ is eerily watchable

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LFF review: Christina Choe’s ‘Nancy’ is eerily watchable

by Matthew d'Ancona

With Andrea Riseborough in the titular role, this film is full of nervous energy.
LFF review: ‘Beautiful Boy’ shows us that anyone can fall victim to addiction

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LFF review: ‘Beautiful Boy’ shows us that anyone can fall victim to addiction

by Olive Pometsey

Timothée Chalamet's nuanced performance reminds us that recovery can't be bought with privilege.
DRUGSTORE CULTURE meets Wash Westmoreland

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DRUGSTORE CULTURE meets Wash Westmoreland

by Drugstore Culture

We talk to the director about his new film Colette.
LFF review: ‘Styx’ is some of the most captivating cinema I’ve ever seen

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LFF review: ‘Styx’ is some of the most captivating cinema I’ve ever seen

by Lucy Scholes

Wolfgang Fischer's film is a stroke of genius.
LFF review: ‘Out of Blue’ is frustratingly clichéd

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LFF review: ‘Out of Blue’ is frustratingly clichéd

by Lucy Scholes

Is it possible to make an original noir anymore?
Weekend Watch: Une si jolie petite plage

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Weekend Watch: Une si jolie petite plage

by James Oliver

Set in a rundown seaside town, this film might seem dreary, but makes the case for Yves Allégret as a major director.
Taking trips back to my childhood Movieverse

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Taking trips back to my childhood Movieverse

by Harriet Marsden

Rewatching the films you grow up with can be an enriching experience.
LFF review: I could have watched ‘Happy New Year, Colin Burstead’ for hours

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LFF review: I could have watched ‘Happy New Year, Colin Burstead’ for hours

by Lucy Scholes

Ben Wheatley’s seventh feature film may contain several explosive encounters, but it's easy to spend time with its characters.
Space movies in the age of Elon Musk

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Space movies in the age of Elon Musk

by Thomas McMullan

Films such as ‘First Man’ and ‘Hidden Figures’ are a world apart from SpaceX and Trump’s Space Force.
LFF review: ‘Sorry to Bother You’ is a masterwork

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LFF review: ‘Sorry to Bother You’ is a masterwork

by Peter Hoskin

Boots Riley’s first feature film is brilliant. We can't wait to see more.
LFF review: ‘Colette’ reminds us to keep on fighting for equality

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LFF review: ‘Colette’ reminds us to keep on fighting for equality

by Olive Pometsey

Based on the life of the French literary icon, Wash Westmoreland’s film brings the story of this revolutionary feminist back into the mainstream.
LFF review: ‘Wildlife’ soars over the human condition

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LFF review: ‘Wildlife’ soars over the human condition

by Matthew d'Ancona

With Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan, Paul Dano's London Film Festival offering explores the difficulties adults face while trying to hold life together.
LFF review: ‘Widows’ confirms McQueen’s genius

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LFF review: ‘Widows’ confirms McQueen’s genius

by Matthew d'Ancona

Opening London Film Festival this evening, Steve McQueen's latest film is a triumph.
What to expect from London Film Festival 2018

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What to expect from London Film Festival 2018

by Lucy Scholes

LFF 2018 kicks off today with the premiere of Steve McQueen's 'Widows'. Our writer rounds up the films that should be on your radar.
Cinema has always been a child of tech

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Cinema has always been a child of tech

by Pamela Hutchinson

Without the work of scientists, inventors and entrepreneurs, the movies would never have been born.