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Serena Seghedoni

I quote obscure movie references in conversations and take disappointing book endings way too seriously. I watch Love, Actually every Christmas, I take life lessons from Dawson’s Creek, I’ve written a dissertation on Joker, and I once had to explain to the security guards at the airport that the ‘sharp item’ they found in my bag was, in fact, a Harry Potter wand.

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Abominable (Review): Charming, Entertaining & Full of Emotion

Abominable is a heartwarming story about family and identity disguised as the tale of an…

A Worthy Man: Kristian Håskjold’s impressive short film tackles depression and loneliness (Interview)

In A Worthy Man, Kristian Håskjold explores important mental health issues by showing us the…

Marriage Story: The Red Carpet Interview (London Film Festival)

Marriage Story is a painfully honest look at divorce through the complex dynamics of a…

Jojo Rabbit (Review): Delightfully Absurd & Surprisingly Poetic

Jojo Rabbit is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Both incredibly entertaining and deeply meaningful,…

“Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound” is a celebration of creativity and a walk down memory lane (Review)

Midge Costin’s investigation into the “hidden power of sound in cinema” is an inspiring, entertaining,…

Le Cri: Edvard Munch’s The Scream comes alive in Virtual Reality (Interview)

Le Cri (The Scream) is an immersive Virtual Reality experience that is both a VR…

An Officer And A Spy (J’Accuse): Jean Dujardin excels in Polanski’s drama (Review)

An Officer And A Spy is a superbly written, skillfully executed thriller about one of the most outrageous judicial errors in history, and Jean Dujardin is flawless.

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The Laundromat is the Panama Papers drama we didn’t know we needed (Review)

The Laundromat is a fresh take on a well-known financial scandal that entertains us with…

Ad Astra: Brad Pitt’s journey to Neptune is intentionally emotionless (Venice Film Festival Review)

Ad Astra is a visually stunning tale of identity, self-discovery and rebirth, and a journey through the mind of a man who is emotionally disconnected from the world.

Joker is Pure Cinematic Perfection (Venice Film Festival Review)

Joaquin Phoenix shines as Joker in an origin story that is drenched in emotion. The…