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A cluster of unique new films from emerging talents heads up the UK selection at this year's Venice International Film Festival.
The LFF will welcome over 540 guests – over 170 directors and over 120 actors – representing 248 feature films presented over the 12-day Festival.
Like the new adaptation of Vera Brittain's First World War memoir Testament of Youth, these 10 film classics explore the contributions and experiences of women during wartime.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, writers from across the BFI nominate great women both in front of and behind the camera whose work they admire.
Russian drama Leviathan wins big at the LFF festival awards, netting the prize for best film. The Tribe takes First Feature award, while Silvered Water is named best documentary.
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Sight & Sound magazine
Six caged Mowglis raised by the movies manage to come good in this buoyant snapshot of postmodern quarantine, says Michael Atkinson.
Not everything they teach at film school should be practical. How about a little Edmund Burke or nude figure drawing instead, proposes Mark Cousins.
The first Saudi teen rebel girl's bike movie has its eyes on the prize, says Hannah McGill.
Chuffed with this year’s harvest of films made by women, the London Film Festival is hosting a panel debate on why the movies aren’t always so even-handed. Sophie Mayer sizes up the festival’s female perspectives.
Lies pile on lies in Asghar Farhadi’s devastating dissection of Tehrani upper-middle-class dissimulation, finds Philip Kemp.
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