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The UK's biggest rural film festival brings a healthy helping of the best new world cinema to 32 venues across Herefordshire, Shropshire and the Welsh Marches.
To watch all of the films on this week’s list, you’ll need over 65 hours. Heralding the release of Lav Diaz’s monumental epic Norte, the End of History, here are 10 film giants that stretch to four hours or (way) beyond.
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Sight & Sound magazine
Borderlines Film Festival patron Francine Stock on bringing her French screen heroes to the Welsh Borders.
The post-war intrigue between East and West Europe hothoused a rich new strain of spy cinema, on both sides of the divide. Michael Brooke dons his trenchcoat and snoops around.
Henry K. Miller reports on the British Silent Film Festival's exploration of indications of native artistry in British cinema that preceded the influence of the Soviet greats.
24 critics and curators choose their releases – and rediscoveries – of the year. Introduced by James Bell.
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