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Big Bad Wolves Directors Talk Israel’s Genre Revolution

Big Bad Wolves director Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado discuss being Israels' first genre filmmakers, and helping to kickstart a creative revolution…

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Insidious Chapter 2 – Review

Insidious 2 proves ' far bolder and more ingenious than your average sequel,' says Anton Bitel …

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Upstream Colour – Review

Its 'disorienting, dreamlike quality is one of the key pleasures (and frustrations) of Upstream Colour,' says Anton Bitel…

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You’re Next – Review

'Full of black humour,' You're Next is 'deep-piercing social satire,' says Anton Bitel…

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Kevin Howarth: Into the Light

Most recently seen as psychopathic pimp Viktor in The Seasoning House, Kevin Howarth has become Britain’s go-to guy for nuanced villainy.  But, as he explains to Anton Bitel, it’s the lighter roles he craves……

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Get Lucky Set Visit

Anton Bitel’s visit to the set of Sacha Bennett’s neo-noir caper Get Lucky one frosty morning revealed the awful conditions in which filmmakers sometimes have to work their magic. DoP Peter Wignall and star Luke Treadaway…

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Director Andrew Douglas Talks uwantme2killhim?

Anton Bitel talks to uwantme2killhim? director Andrew Douglas about independence, expression and adolescent angst...…

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The Fallow Field – DVD Review

The Fallow Field is 'a genuine high point for ultra-low budget British horror' says Anton Bitel…

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The Ozu Collection: Three Melodramas – review

Anton Bitel assesses Japanese director Yasujirō Ozu's Melodramas Collection - Woman of Tokyo (1933), Early Spring (1957) and Tokyo Twilight (1957).…

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Sarah Aubrey – Battle Stations

As big-budget action extravaganza Battleship blasts into cinemas, the film’s producer Sarah Aubrey tells us why she loves the challenge of working on such masculine fare. …

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