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THE FILM JOURNAL | August 2014

I look back at the films I watched in the previous month, whether they were brand new in the cinema or simply new to me. Dates are by UK release. Here are my thoughts. — A month of madness. August saw the back-end of blockbusters and other box office potentials duke it out over an … Continue reading

INTERVIEW | Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard

— — ‘Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard are the creative minds behind the excellent documentary 20,000 Days on Earth, chronicling a staged day in the life of fabled musician Nick Cave. Blending fact with fiction, the pair have crafted an endlessly exciting exploration of its compelling subject, drawing on both Cave’s mythos and humanity. 20,000 … Continue reading

REVIEW | 20,000 Days on Earth

— — ‘20,000 Days on Earth is a film concerning places. Geographical ones, figurative ones, emotional states, frames of mind – you name it, it’s explored in this fine, formally inventive documentary about husky art figure Nick Cave. Except, it’s not really about him; although he occupies every moment of the movie either physically, through … Continue reading

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