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EIFF 2023: Interview with Babak Jalali, Director and Co-Writer of Fremont

Closing the festival this year is Fremont, a film that follows Donya (Anaita Wali Zada) a former translator from Afghanistan as she tries to re-settle in America after being displaced…

When Miles met the New Wave: Lift to the Scaffold Sixty-Five Years On

A lone shadow, trumpet in hand, looms over passing images of Louis Malle’s 1958 debut film Lift to the Scaffold (Ascenseur pour l’Échafaud). On the screen, a woman wanders in…

Review: Corsage

Corsage. Not the flowers and ribbon you wore on your wrist to your end of school dance, but a type of corset worn in the nineteenth century that is especially…

Leap Year: A Love/Hate Classic?

Leap Year (2010) is categorically a bad film. I do not deny this. That said, I have a lot of thoughts about it that confuse me. I came grovelling back…

Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror

It is an inescapable fact, which movie buffs must accept, that one of the all-time landmarks of horror movies and cinema in general was in fact a borderline rip-off of…

Lula del Ray by Manual Cinema

Lovingly crafted with an assembly of puppeteers and a live score, Lula del Ray seeks to bring out the child in all of us. Through the eyes of their titular…