Virginie reviews Wild Tales, a fast-paced, cleverly crafted collections of six short films.
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Virginie reviews the director’s cut of Nymphomaniac, the darker version of Lars von Trier’s latest provocation.
Virginie reviews Testament of Youth, directed by James Kent and starring Kit Harington and Alicia Vikander.
Our Film Editor takes a look at A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night.
Virginie previews the highly expected Film4 Summer Screening at Somerset House.
Our Film Editor reviews Frequencies, Darren Paul Fisher film debut released today on DVD in the UK.
Film Editor Virginie reviews 2014 Cannes’ Jury Prize Mommy, that is released today in UK cinemas.
Film Editor Virginie reviews Attila Marcel, Sylvain Chomet’s first feature film.
Our celebration of LGBT History Month continues with a review of Blue is the Warmest Colour by our Film Editor, Virginie Robe.
Continuing our LGBT History Month coverage, Film Editor Virginie looks at one of the strongest LGBT releases of 2014.
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The film has a strong sense of DIY throughout, which works both to its asset and disadvantage, says our Film Editor.
With Big Eyes being released at the end of the month, it is the perfect…