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Film Review: A Ghost Story

Once in a while a film comes along which affects you in more ways than you could have ever imagined. Heralded by some as one the best movies to come out of Sundance this year, David Lowry’s A Ghost Story is an incredibly well executed exercise is subtly and an engenoius masterclass in clever filmmaking. Centring around ideas of loss, legacy and the need for human connection, the film is sure to leave its audiences stunned and in awe of its simple yet highly effective premise. Written by Lowry himself and staring Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara, A Ghost Story never resorts to predictable tropes nor does it go out of its way to alienate its audiences with an overly complicated narrative arc. Lowry’s ability to normalise allegory and symbolism is a testament to his sublime writing credentials.

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Sheffield Documentary Festival: Are We Scared Of The Word “Documentary?”

(Twitter: @maysamoncao) For a filmmaker, documentary filmmaking is probably the hardest medium. Try uttering the word “documentary” to an investor and he will probably shut all doors…

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Sundance London 2017- Dina. Dir: Dan Sickles & Antonio Santini

  It’s a credit to Dogwoof and their impressive output that they have yet to release a single film this year that could be considered below par.…

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