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THE LINES OF OTHERS | How ‘Selma’ Got Smeared

— — There’s a ton of film criticism on the web. In this column, The Lines of Others, you’ll discover the very best writings on cinema (that aren’t found on FilmOnTrial), shared for the world to enjoy. Click below the quote to be taken to the piece’s original outlet, and continue reading. And reading. And … Continue reading

THE ROUND-UP | February 6’s movies rated

What were the best films that came out in the last week? What were the worst? Were there any you weren’t sure of seeing? Below are quick and easy star ratings of the past week’s releases to help you decide, including short plot details from IMDB. Full comment and opinion can be found in The Film … Continue reading

REVIEW | Selma

— — ‘It’s these human viewpoints at the film’s centre which elevate Selma from dusty biopic territory into the realms of remarkable, artful cinema.’ — — Check out my review of Selma at Flickreel (click quote or image above, or here). — — Follow the editor @GaryGreenScreen —

FEATURE | God’s Work: The Role of Faith in Selma

— — ‘… as its powerful message of race, creed and brotherhood builds and builds throughout the movie, you can feel another energy at work: the power, it would seem, of God.’ — — Check out my feature on in role of faith in Selma at HeyUGuys (click quote or image above, or here). — — Follow the … Continue reading

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