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Olivia Savage

Discovering coming-of-age films as I came of age myself was what got me hooked on the movies. From there, I’ve become an enthusiast for all different kinds of genres, and I wouldn’t be able to define my film taste if I tried. I am a Film graduate, and an Arts & Lifestyle student, with aspirations to become a film and literary critic in the future. Amongst my favourite films are Paris, Texas and Buffalo ’66, although let’s be honest, that will probably change by tomorrow.

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Beyond Human Nature: Film Review

Michael Neelson’s Beyond Human Nature is an insightful but ultimately underwhelming look at the Tom Monfils murder investigation.

The Virgin Suicides: Film Review (4K Restoration)

StudioCanal’s re-release of Sofia Coppola’s The Virgin Suicides gives the cult classic a whole new life with its 4k UHD restoration and an abundance of special features.

Director Pawo Choyning Dorji on Lunana: Interview

In anticipation of Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom ’s UK release, we spoke to director Pawo Choyning Dorji for an interview about his Oscar-nominated feature film debut.

The Adults: Berlin Film Festival Review

The Adults is a poignant and charming family reunion drama that explores what happens to sibling relationships when ego replaces innocence.

Seven Winters in Tehran: Berlin Review

Seven Winters in Tehran tells the tragic story of Reyhaneh Jabbari’s fight for justice in a brilliant display of documentary filmmaking.

Silver Haze: Film Review

Silver Haze’s central love-story thinly veils a profoundly impactful film about forgiveness, found-family and finding yourself.

BlackBerry (2023): Film Review

BlackBerry documents an important part of technological history, and the complex relationships and brilliant minds that made it happen.

She Came to Me: Berlin Film Festival Review

She Came to Me has a good balance of humour and heart, but is too over ambitious with what it hopes to achieve in its runtime.

Maybe I Do (Review): A Rom-Com with No Romance (or Comedy)

Maybe I Do fails to impress with an unimaginative script and stilted performances, despite its star-studded cast.

A Man Called Otto (Review): Tom Hanks Stars in Forgettable Hollywood Remake

A Man Called Otto fails to make any lasting impression with its lacklustre plot and one-dimensional characters, despite the success of the Swedish original.