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Don't miss Un Homme Qui Crie (A Screaming Man), directed by Mahamet-Saleh Haroun at FilmClub

The final film for FilmClub’s pilot season at the Tatham Art Gallery in Pietermaritzburg is Un Homme Qui Crie (A Screaming Man), directed by Mahamet-Saleh Haroun. 319 more words


MVFF38, Weekend 2 (Fri-Sun)

By Daniel Barnes

The 38th annual Mill Valley Film Festival wrapped up last night with a gala screening of Suffragette, starring an on-the-scene Carey Mulligan, as well as Helena Bonham Carter and Meryl Streep. 718 more words


Blue is The Warmest Colour

On the one hand, Blue is the Warmest Colour has been hyped to dizzying heights. It made history at the Cannes film festival by having the Palme d’Or awarded not only to the director Abdellatif Kechiche, but also to its two leading actresses Lea Seydoux and Adele Exarchopoulos. 547 more words


Blindspot Review: Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives

Spirited Away

This is the eighth post in my Blindspot review series. I will continue to publish one like it each month for the rest of 2015. 811 more words


Mommy (2014)

Last but definitely not least in Xavier Dolan’s filmography comes Mommy. This film takes up thematic threads that have been present throughout Dolan’s work, the wayward teenager, the insufferable mother, and adresses then with a new skill and maturity. 667 more words

Film Reviews


MUD (2012)

directed by Jeff Nichols

starring Matthew McConaughey, Tye Sheridan, Sam Shepard, and Reese Witherspoon

130 minutes


Palme d’Or Official Selection for 2012! Awesome! 577 more words

Matthew McConaughey

#14 - Drink a fine French champagne

There’s nothing quite like champagne when it comes to a big celebration. Except I wouldn’t know, as I’ve been drinking sparkling wine all these years. Because when your budget maxes out at $30, it’s faux-champagne or no champagne, and bubbles (even if they aren’t French) add a certain sparkle to a celebration. 558 more words