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“I whispered listen / listen today I read in a place / I cannot tell you of the dark matter / in the cargo of things.”
Joanna Pocock analyses the significance of control in Richard Östlund’s Force Majeure.
Harry Waight ruminates on Boyhood – and how the film’s links to a naturalistic tradition have divided audiences.
Confessions of a Middle-Earth apologist.
Litro reviews its films of the year.
Thomas Greylees reviews New Zealand’s best vampire comedy horror documentary.
Adam Ley-Lange reviews Roger Corman’s classic (and not so classic) horrors.
Thea Hawlin dives into the dark depths of ‘Nightcrawler’.
Misunderstood masterpiece or pretentious twaddle?
A confused and confusing genre mash-up.
A gripping action thriller set in 1971 Northern Ireland.
The BFI has restored this wonderful collection of silent short films that British audiences would have seen at the start of the First World War.
Lav Diaz’s gargantuan Norte, The End of History is a furious, enthralling study of recent history’s effects on Philippine society.
A.K.A. selling off the proverbial bunnies