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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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Luce is a Clever Analysis of Human Nature (Sundance Film Festival Review)

Luce is one of those well-written, excellently delivered, incredibly thought-provoking films you don’t come across…

2019 Venice Film Festival: 25 films you need to watch

The 76th Venice Film Festival is about to start, and we’ve got you covered. Here…

Trespassers star Zach Avery on his upcoming releases, acting choices and more (Interview)

The White Crow actor Zach Avery is currently starring in Orson Oblowitz’s thriller Trespassers, but…

The Dead Don’t Die (Review): That Film You Grow to Love & You Don’t Know Why

Zombie comedy The Dead Don’t Die isn’t Jim Jarmusch’s best film, but its weirdly comical sequences, memorable quotes and absurd characters make it a thoroughly entertaining, ultimately unforgettable watch.

I See You: Helen Hunt stars in Hauntingly Good Horror Thriller (Review)

Adam Randall’s crime thriller is a suspenseful, unpredictable puzzle of a film that delves into both psychological drama and horror film territory, with impressive storytelling and more than one twist you won’t see coming.

The Grizzlies: Miranda de Pencier on her extraordinary true story of acceptance and resilience (Interview)

The Grizzlies revolves around a group of Inuit students whose introduction to lacrosse enables them…

Love Type D: Sasha Collington on Infectiously Enjoyable Rom-Com (Interview)

We interviewed Sasha Collington on her hilarious debut feature Love Type D, a film about a woman who discovers that her DNA is to blame for her bad luck in love.

Ode To Joy: Martin Freeman Shines in Heartwarming Rom-com (Review)

Revolving around a man who can’t experience happiness, Ode to Joy is an uplifting, insightful story featuring impressive performances by Martin Freeman, Morena Baccarin and Melissa Rauch.

Schemers: Interview with Dave McLean & Conor Berry (Edinburgh Film Festival)

In this Edinburgh Film Festival interview, Schemers ‘ director-writer-producer Dave McLean and leading actor Conor Berry talk to us about their compelling drama.

The Captor: “absurd but true” Stockholm Syndrome story is not so absurd after all (Review)

Ethan Hawke and Noomi Rapace shine in The Captor, a dark comedy about the 1973 Swedish bank heist and hostage crisis that coined the term “Stockholm Syndrome”.