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Serena Seghedoni

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First look: Alan Moore’s The Show

The first look image for Alan Moore’s “The Show” has been revealed, and it’s everything…

The White Crow: Fiennes’ Nureyev inspires and captivates at London Film Festival (Review)

The White Crow is Ralph Fiennes’ portrayal of Russian ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev and his 1961 defection to Paris, and a story of discovery and freedom that centers around an exquisitely complex man.

“Making the film is absolutely secondary to experiencing it”: Roberto Minervini on What You Gonna Do When The World’s On Fire? (Interview)

In our interview at the London Film Festival, What You Gonna Do When The World’s On Fire? director Roberto Minervini talked to us about identity, freedom and his “brutally honest” way of establishing trust in relationships.

Assassination Nation: “a Movie for Absolutely Right Now” (Review)

Assassination Nation is Sam Levinson’s modern-day take on the Salem Witch Trials, and a “movie for absolutely right now” that you won’t be able to forget.

The Kindergarten Teacher is a Clever Analysis of Human Behaviour (Review)

In The Kindergarten Teacher, Maggie Gyllenhaal shines as a pre-school teacher who becomes obsessed with a…

The Favourite: Review (Venice Film Festival)

Olivia Colman is Queen Anne in Yorgos Lanthimos’s The Favourite, also starring Emma Stone and…

Best of 75 Venice Film Festival: Suspiria

Tilda Swinton and Dakota Johnson shine in Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Dario Argento’s classic horror.…

A Star is Born and Vox Lux: the consequences of fame at the Venice Film Festival

Bradley Cooper’s A Star is Born and Brady Corbet’s Vox Lux tell the story of…

Roma: Cuarón’s memories come to life in exceptional tale about identity

Alfonso Cuarón takes us back to 1970s Mexico City and brings us on a beautiful, complex, emotional journey by…

“Anna and the Apocalypse” and the rise of the genre mashup

John McPhail tackled the genre-hybrid trend with a zombie horror film which is also a musical…