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Joe - Review

Adapted from the late Larry Brown’s novel of the same name, Joe commands exceedingly tight performances within a morally bereft universe. All aspects point to open-ended nihilism, as Joe’s modern wasteland seemingly refuses to take personal convictions to the screen. 122 more words

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Edinburgh International Fashion Festival

Ive had a wonderful start to the week attending the Edinburgh International Fashion Festival in the Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh. I was part of the the Duncan of Jordanstone group who were invited by… 336 more words

Judy Scott

What Now? Remind Me

During this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival one film stood out from the programme that I wanted to secure tickets for. What Now? Remind Me… 278 more words

Being A Human

Five from the Film Festival (Finally)

The Edinburgh International Film Festival always begins for me with a kind of excited bewilderment. There is always so much of it, and I know very little about cinema. 1,785 more words

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Film Review: Set Fire to the Stars (Edinburgh International Film Festival)

The sheer achievement of shooting a feature length film in 18 days is impressive on its own, to then turn that into something as stylish and well produced as Set Fire to the Stars is worth applauding. 309 more words

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The Green Inferno - EIFF Review

Making his directorial debut with Cabin Fever in 2002, with a further array of torture porn quickly on the way through Hostels one and two, actor/producer/director Eli Roth freely continues his gore-laden career in much the same vein – this time, cannibals. 125 more words

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We'll Never Have Paris - EIFF Review

Directed by both Simon Helberg and his (unfortunate) wife, Jocelyn Towne, We’ll Never Have Paris features Helberg’s (cringingly) semi-autobiographical proposal story in what appears to be something akin to a pseudo-Woody Allen picture. 152 more words

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