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A Murder Revisited

9 November 2017

Almost sixty years since it was first presented in cinemas Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho still exerts a considerable influence over representations of screen violence. This is the central thesis of an...

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Filmosophy: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

7 November 2017

Imagine a procedure whereby you could rid yourself of troubling memories.Suppose that you could have a particular person or traumatic event erased from your mind. This is the basis for Michel...

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25 Years of Dead By Dawn

26 October 2017

When I tell people I’m a festival director they think it sounds glamorous. When I tell them I’m a horror festival director, they often change their mind. I understand: horror can be a very...

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One Man’s Remake; Another Man’s Reimagining…

26 October 2017

When I first heard that Sir Kenny Branagh was remaking Sydney Lumet’s 1973 apogee of the All-Star Cast film vehicle (or, perhaps, as he might prefer, reimagining of the 1934 Agatha Christie novel)...

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The Lustful Beauty of Call Me By Your Name

16 October 2017

How rare it is to find a film that touches you quite like Call Me By Your Name does. A queer drama from Luca Guadagnino (A Bigger Splash) that’s made all the more remarkable thanks to its universal...

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Filmosophy: Being Charlie Kaufman

16 October 2017

Is Charlie Kaufman a philosopher? Many believe so. His films are increasingly screened in classrooms and lecture halls (as well as cinemas) and in 2011 philosophers contributed essays to an edited...

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