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REVIEW [SUNDANCE LONDON] | The Case Against 8

— ‘The quality of the documentaries at Sundance London this year has been delightfully high, comprised of fresh directors breaking out boldly (Dinosaur 13) and old masters continuing to prove their mettle (Finding Fela!). While The Case Against 8 doesn’t quite fall into either camp, it still holds the power to move you to tears.’ … Continue reading

REVIEW [SUNDANCE LONDON] | Finding Fela!

— ‘A new Alex Gibney film is always something to be excited about. Whether it was the piercing insight into national security with We Sell Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks, or casting a refreshingly transparent eye on sport icon Lance Armstrong in The Armstrong Lie, Gibney has forged an extraordinarily impressive back catalogue not just … Continue reading

REVIEW [SUNDANCE LONDON] | The Voices

— ‘Ryan Reynolds is the poster boy for film fan rage everywhere. For inexplicable reasons, he’s suffers much insult for his choices, whether he ends up in good movies or bad…’ — Check out my review of The Voices, playing at this year’s Sundance London, at HeyUGuys (click quote above or image below). — — Follow the … Continue reading

REVIEW [SUNDANCE LONDON] | Drunktown’s Finest

— ‘Criss-crossing ensemble pieces are a small but distinct flavour of this year’s Sundance London; along with Little Accidents and Hits, Drunktown’s Finest joins them with a slant for interlacing storytelling within a certain location.’ — Check out my review of Drunktown’s Finest, playing at this year’s Sundance London, at HeyUGuys (click quote above or image below). … Continue reading

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