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The Realities of Video on Demand

Three VoD experts discuss the financial realities of on-demand distribution, and whether it's a sustainable business model for the future of film…

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Prince Avalanche – Review

David Gordon Green's Prince Avalanche is 'a bromance-of-sorts that marches to an entirely different drum,' says Nikki Baughan…

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Inside Llewyn Davis – Review

The Coen Brothers' Inside Llewyn Davis is 'both amusing character study and profound treatise about unrealised ambition, the cruel nature of fate and the omnipresent possibility of failure,' says Nikki Baughan…

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Homeland Creator Alex Gansa Talks Season 3

Homeland creator and executive producer Alex Gansa discusses the new season of the CIA drama, and how to create an award-winning show…

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The Call – Review

The Call benefits from 'solid performances from Berry and Breslin, together with some slick, intimate visuals from cinematographer Tom Yatsko,' says Nikki Baughan…

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Jadoo – Review

With Jadoo, director Amit Gupta has 'drawn on his personal experiences to create an intimate and heartfelt look at life in the British Indian community' says Nikki Baughan…

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No One Lives – Review

No One Lives 'may not be high art, it may not even be high horror, but it's certainly memorable,' says Nikki Baughan…

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What Maisie Knew – Review

What Maisie Knew is 'one of the year's most heartbreaking, compelling films' and 'an absolute must-see,' says Nikki Baughan…

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Lovelace – In Conversation

movieScope Editor Nikki Baughan and critic James Mottram discuss Linda Lovelace biopic Lovelace, which stars Amanda Seyfried in the title role…

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Kick-Ass 2 – Review

'Thanks to a weighty real-world mentality, superhero sequel Kick-Ass 2 falls over itself at every turn', says Nikki Baughan…

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