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Review: The Death of Stalin

19/10/17

Judging by the title, The Death of Stalin shouldn’t be funny. Thankfully it’s hilarious.   With secret police and informants everywhere, the inescapable reality of Moscow in 1953 wasn’t good. Living l…
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Review: IT

12/09/17

In this new adaptation of Stephen Kings twisted horror IT director Andy Muschietti (Mama) brings this chilling tale to life after 27 years since the release of the mini-series; staring the brilliant T…
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Filmmaker Harry Sherriff on Liverpool Film Night, and his future in film

30/08/17

For two years in a row, filmmaker Harry Sherriff has had films screened at FACT's yearly celebration of film talent in the region, Liverpool Film Night. In the run up to this year's event on 22 Novemb…
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Review: God's Own Country

18/08/17

When a handsome Romanian migrant worker arrives to take up temporary work on the family farm, Johnny suddenly finds himself dealing with emotions he has never felt before. As they begin working closel…
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Review: Atomic Blonde

17/08/17

Having stolen the limelight away from Tom Hardy in Mad Max: Fury Road, it's no surprise to find Hollywood’s own Daenerys Targaryen taking the lead in this smokey, neon-lit thriller.  The setting is Be…
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Review: A Ghost Story

14/08/17

The latest film from acclaimed director David Lowery (Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, Pete’s Dragon) is a singular exploration of legacy, loss, and the essential human longing for meaning and connection. Wo…
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Review: England Is Mine

14/08/17

England is Mine is directed by Mark Gill and tells the story of Steven Patrick Morrissey; a quiet and kept together young man whose future is yet to be decided. Words by Georgia Usher.
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