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Joanna Pocock speaks to iconic US composer and polymath Phillip Corner as he plays at Hackney’s Café Oto.
On Saturday, Kelly Reichardt’s Certain Women claimed the top prize at the festival awards. It’s entirely deserved, writes Joanna Pocock.
In our society alcohol is socially acceptable, but if you had to take heroin in order to have sex, people would see that as toxic.
There is a good book to be written about spinsterhood, writes Joanna Pocock, but Kate Bolick’s Spinster isn’t it.
Joanna Pocock analyses the significance of control in Richard Östlund’s Force Majeure.
A.K.A. selling off the proverbial bunnies
A Hard Day’s Night is an explosion of joy onto the bleak, bombed out cultural landscape of post-war Britain.
Diego Quemada-Diez’s film, The Golden Dream, tells the story of three young Guatemalans attempting to cross the border to the United States.
Sweden’s Lukas Moodysson taps into the feminine punk-rock spirit of Pussy Riot in his latest film about three teenage girls standing against the adult world
A gay cruising spot by a lake in southern France becomes the scene for a murder and sexual desire. Alain Guiraudie sensually explores love and lust under a cruel sun.
The third of Roberto Minervini’s Texas Trilogy, Stop the Pounding Heart is a subtle, fragmented piece about rural Christian America
The futility of political activism – Kelly Reichardt delivers a compelling movie about a difficult subject, a group of eco-activists who commit an extreme act for a noble cause
Paul-Julien Robert’s documentary of his return to Friedrichshof, Otto Muehl’s free-loving commune, where Robert grew up with his mother
James Franco adapts the ‘unfilmable’ William Faulkner modern classic for the big screen