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    Tags Film & TV

    Tag: Film & TV

    The Age of Photoshop?

    Daniel Curtis laments the decline of the quality film poster, but sees many reasons to be optimistic for the future

    Linking Linklater’s Latest

    Jake Kennedy identifies time as the common thread in Richard Linklater’s work

    Representing The Impossible

    Cinema will never be able to represent the horrors of the Holocaust, but Son of Saul offers a sensitive try, writes Jem Bartholomew

    Review: the OBA Easter Projects

    Louise Howland dissects Sunday’s OBA student film screening, praising their indie feminist zeal

    Review: Eye In The Sky – a warning about the costs...

    Apart from the climax, Rickman’s final film doesn’t have much ‘thrill’ for a thriller, writes Alistair Badenoch

    The Making of Bench: contribution and collaboration

    The cast and crew of Bench reflect on the collaborative process of film-making, women behind and in-front of the camera, and cinema's power over how we perceive mental health disorders

    Review: Hush – a cat and mouse fight to the death

    Hush negotiates the established conventions of the home-invasion horror concerning female victimhood, writes Louise Howland