Screened as part of the First Feature Competition at the 66th BFI London Film Festival, Manuela Martelli’s debut feature is a remarkable addition to Chile’s groundbreaking film movement of the recent years.
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Art roundup 2021 – London and Athens edition
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IWOW: I Walk on Water
Khalik Allah's latest documentary project has the rhythm of a long-needed mixtape.
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Top 10 art exhibitions of the global pandemic year 2020
Art that had a silver lining in 2020 – a once-in-a-century year of pandemic challenge.
10 +1 highlights from the BFI London Film Festival 2020
A list of film discoveries to celebrate the 2020 LFF, the highest in attendance on record.
The year in 11 films: 2019
Cinema in 2019 was punk, powerful and passionate. It was difficult to limit my list down to 11 films but after long thinking, I chose the ones that found a pulse inside the film theatres this year. Plus what to expect in 2020 and a wildcard. The Souvenir Dir. Joanna Hogg Joanna Hogg’s powerful semi-autobiographical… Continue reading The year in 11 films: 2019
10 best art exhibitions of 2019 (London)
It was a long and tumultuous year for London. People stormed the streets to demand a fair, non-racist society, to protect the NHS and defend human rights. Extinction Rebellion protesters spoke out loud for the safety of our planet. There were unlawful arrests and protest halts but in November hundred of protesters were given the… Continue reading 10 best art exhibitions of 2019 (London)
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