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US (2019)

Following the astronomical success of Get Out (2017), it was inevitable that Jordan Peele’s sophomore endeavour would be something of an event and, as to be expected, the resulting film about how a family’s serenity turns to dire chaos when a group of doppelgängers begin to wreak havoc on their lives is both an ambitious and stimulating affair. 87 more words

What Is Success For An Artist? by Rhomeyn Johnson

Film Courage: You said something that triggered my memory of two different interviews I watched recently. And both of those artists came from a small town explaining that the area in which they came from had a supportive network. 877 more words


Climax Review

Birth and death are extraordinary experiences. Life is a fleeting pleasure.

For those who are familiar with Gaspar Noe’s work it will come as no surprise that…

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Documentaries, or factual filmmaking, are by and large accepted as a form of telling something to be true or honest. Upon further inspection, however, we realise that these products are effectively reliant on the same basic but nevertheless riveting tools, techniques and storytelling strategies of any other work of fiction. 1,240 more words

Turn Up Charlie - review (Netflix)

      IS Idris Elba James Brown in disguise? Even though the erstwhile godfather of soul was known as the hardest working man in show business, his death in 2006 put an end to his hard-working practices and brilliant music career. 749 more words

Films And Television

Why Would A Filmmaker Stop Making Films? by Jack Perez

Film Courage: There is this saying in the entrepreneurial world “Don’t die today.” And I guess this means try to keep the lights on for one more day. 449 more words