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You’re never too old for Ping Pong

You’re never too old for Ping Pong

Amidst a moving and funny portrait of a group of ping pong-playing colourful elderly people you will find an absolute cracking sports movie, rife with tension, drama and action, writes Paul Martinovic on the documentary baring the almost comically sounding simple name Ping Pong. … Read entire article »

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Planet of Snail & Lost and Sound

Planet of Snail & Lost and Sound

“Very often in life, when we lose something, we gain something,” says an academic in the documentary Lost and Sound, and it’s a quote that resonates not only throughout this particular film but also thoughout another prominent documentary in this year’s Sheffield Doc/Fest, writes film critic Paul Martinovic. … Read entire article »

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Review: Personal Best

Review: Personal Best

There’s no avoiding a certain global sporting competition taking place in our back yards shortly, and anyone hoping to seek refuge in the cinema from the non-stop sporting coverage will be disappointed: there’s a wealth of Olympic tie-ins hitting screens over the next month … Read entire article »

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Review: MARLEY

Review: MARLEY

With the unexpected success of SENNA last year, the documentary is possibly experiencing something of a resurgence as a commercial entity of late, and MARLEY, the new documentary on the life of the legendary reggae singer, looks set to become a similar crossover hit, writes Paul Martinovic. … Read entire article »

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