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Festival winner puts new love under the microscope.
SXSW: Weekend, writer/director Andrew Haigh’s affecting micro-love story, was the chatter of my colleagues here at SXSW even before it won the audience award last night in the 'Emerging Visions" category. After working with everyone from Ridley...
Repression and liberation collide in the troubled tale of the price of fame.
Certainly the best thing about this biopic about Jeannine Deckers, who won fame in the early 60s as the Singing Nun for a little ditty called 'Dominique', is the performance by Cecile de France in the title role. It may sound a little distasteful...
David Hamilton's ode to teen sexuality is showing visible signs of age.
British born photographer-turned-director David Hamilton enjoyed crossover arthouse success with his soft-focus ode to a young girl’s blossoming sexuality, Bilitis, when it toured the world in 1977.
Fruity spooks a Gallic hoot
It’s a long-running complaint that commercial cinema portrays gays as little more than ridiculous caricatures. Most gay men are the mincing-but-wise neighbour, offering relationship and wardrobe advice to the lovelorn professional gal-next-door ...
This slice of adolescent life is an extraordinarily impressive debut from Swedish director Lukas Moodyssen.
Show Me Love is a Swedish film originally titled F------ing Amal - no surprise to find the title changed. It`s about the lives of young people in a small town called Amal, where nothing ever happens and nothing arrives before it`s gone out of...