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Review – Animals – MIFF 2019

From the pages of Emma Jane Unsworth’s novel, Animals, comes the screen adaptation that will leave you wondering if it would have been better...

Review – Judy and Punch – MIFF 2019

Judy and Punch is a behind the scenes imagining of the puppeteers that have entertained children for decades with the puppet show, Punch and...

Review – Particles – MIFF 2019

French film has always provided something not many can achieve. The French know how to use a camera (Amélie), they know how to write...

Review – Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project – MIFF 2019

Marion Stokes is the definition of a hoarder; collecting, stockpiling and most of all documenting. But what makes her not one of those crazy...

Review – Matthias & Maxime – MIFF 2019

Only a small percentage of people will really only ever understand what Matthias & Maxine is about. On the whole, it’s that struggle being...

Review – The Day Shall Come – MIFF 2019

There is a clause at the start of The Day Shall Come stating it’s “based on 100 true stories”. It’s hard to pick a...
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