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Wadjda – Review

'Set against the backdrop of extreme gender politics, [Wadjda's] story of a girl and her bike becomes a quest for freedom,' says Nikki Baughan…

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Hummingbird – Review

Hummingbird's 'raging gender stereotypes prove impossible to ignore', says Nikki Baughan…

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World War Z – Review

Adapted as a straightforward summer blockbuster, World War Z is a 'pale imitation' of Max Brooks' original novel, says Nikki Baughan…

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Much Ado About Nothing: In Conversation

movieScope editor Nikki Baughan and critic James Mottram discuss Joss Whedon's adaptation of Shakespeare comedy Much Ado About Nothing…

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Yema – Review

Djamila Sahraoui's Algerian drama Yema is 'a masterful piece of filmmaking', says Nikki Baughan…

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Trance – Review

Danny Boyle's Trance is 'a triumph that simply must be seen', says Nikki Baugan…

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Gale Anne Hurd: A Strong Woman in Hollywood

Iconic producer Gale Anne Hurd (The Terminator, Aliens, The Walking Dead) discusses being a strong woman in Hollywood…

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Women in Film: An Important Issue

movieScope Editor Nikki Baughan explains why an issue devoted entirely to women in film and television is so important... …

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Film Critics: The Female Gaze

Leading female critics and commentators discuss why gender diversity is as important in the viewing, reviewing and debating of films as in the making of them……

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Review – Stoker

Park Chan-wook's English language debut Stoker is 'a film that seduces and ravishes', says Nikki Baughan…

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