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Things To Come

It has saddened me lots that due to the quality of the internet out in the countryside that I have been unable to blog for so long. 259 more words

Tamsadventures

Pseudo Blog

At this point I am well enough into the semester that I should be studying for my first psychology exam, yet here I am writing a blog post for the first time in over a month! 182 more words

Exciting

Movies to watch at BIFF 2016

It is film festival season again, and we are ready to cover Bergen International Film Festival in Norway for the third consecutive year. BIFF 2016 marks the festival’s seventeenth anniversary, and as always their program is varied and huge; heavy festival favorites, more obscure foreign films, documentaries about music, nature and politics; and – introduced this year – virtual reality experiences. 1,930 more words

Features

Review: Things to Come

3.5 stars

Does anyone else get the feeling when watching a French family drama that even with all the trials and tribulations that the characters have to go through, everything always looks so pretty that it can’t really be all that bad? 332 more words

Movies

Infinite Views of TIFF: First Report

The first day of screenings finds the Toronto International Film Festival living up to this year’s tagline – Infinite Views – offering a bit of everything for the coverage-hungry members of the press, the industry buyers, and the international film fans ready and wiling to stand in lines that wrap, almost completely, around the block. 537 more words

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THE FUTURE: Huppert in L'Avenir

It’s hard to believe that Isabelle Huppert is 63. I remember The Lace Maker, the first film I saw her in (it must have been 1978), where she plays Pomme, a young working-class woman, shy and apparently passive, who falls for a middle-class intellectual and is casually discarded by him. 1,151 more words
Cinema And Other Arts

The First Trailer & Clips For 'THINGS TO COME' Starring Isabelle Huppert

Check out the very first trailer and clips that have been released for Mia Hansen-Løve’s upcoming film THINGS TO COME starring Isabelle Huppert, which can be seen down below! 264 more words

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