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A Curious Life takes a look at The Levellers

A Curious Life takes a look at The Levellers

Director Dunstan Bruce’s new film ‘A Curious Life” offers the audience an interesting view of the music business.   … Read entire article »

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Regarding Susan Sontag portrays a woman ahead of her time

Regarding Susan Sontag portrays a woman ahead of her time

The very nature of documentary is to reflect, condense and categorise the events and the people that surround us. The problem facing Regarding Susan Sontag is how do you categorise a subject that is beyond categorisation? … Read entire article »

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Documentary explores ‘Muscle Shoals sound’

Documentary explores ‘Muscle Shoals sound’

With all the considerable hype around contemporary music, from twitter to stylists to who did what to whom at an award ceremony, it would be easy to forget that at the heart of successful and timeless music there needs to be  one vital element: it needs to have Soul. … Read entire article »

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Guerrilla Pictures presents new documentary The Engineer

Guerrilla Pictures presents new documentary The Engineer

If you are feeling jaded by the increasing number of CSI-style programmes about forensic science then The Engineer by Mathew Charles and Juan Passarelli will be the illuminating antidote that you need. The Engineer is an in depth study of Israel Ticas, El Salvador’s only criminologist. … Read entire article »

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The Summit

The Summit

Over many years’ musicians, artists and filmmakers have attempted to address the issue of the agony and the ecstasy that comes with drug addiction. Nick Ryan’s new film The Summit delves into similar contradictions that lurk below the surface of those who get their adrenaline kicks from serious mountaineering. … Read entire article »

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Ken Loach’s documentary is “refreshing and radical”

Ken Loach’s documentary is “refreshing and radical”

At a time when millionaire politicians (eighteen of the current twenty nine cabinet ministers are worth over a million) are telling us that “we are all in this together” the documentary “The Spirit of 45” could not seem more prescient, writes Ben Unwin. … Read entire article »

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5 Broken Cameras takes home top prize at Cinema Eye Honors

5 Broken Cameras takes home top prize at Cinema Eye Honors

Despite getting nominated in five categories, The Imposter and Searching for Sugar Man both left the Cinema Eye Honors awards with just one prize in their pocket. Find out who the other lucky winners are. … Read entire article »

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