Brighton Sees film

The launch event for this year’s See Festival was a showing of a feature-length documentary made by two local film-makers,…

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Gus Van Sant

I’m sitting in the basement of the Soho Hotel, having chosen to sit in a huge red leather chair, opposed…

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Defiance

Review: Defiance, 15, 137 mins. Director: Edward Zwick Starring: Daniel Craig, Jamie Bell The story of Defiance is a remarkable…

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Seven Pounds

Review: Seven Pounds, 12a, 123 mins. Director: Gabriele Muccino Starring: Will Smith,Woody Harrelson, Rosario Dawson Seven Pounds is a thought…

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Slumdog hits the jackpot

Review: Slumdog Millionaire, 15, 120 mins. Director: Danny Boyle Starring: Dev Patel, Anil Kapoo, Irfan Khan, Madur Mittal Looking at…

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Valkyrie

Review: Valkyrie, 12A, 120 mins Director: Bryan Singer Starring: Tom Cruise, Bill Nighy, Kenneth Brannagh Tom Wilkinson, Eddie Izzard Valkyrie…

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Australia

Review: Australia, 12A, 165 mins Director: Baz Lurhman Starring: Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman You may have read, heard, or seen…

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The Reader

With “that speech” by Kate Winslet recently becoming the stuff of national debate, The Reader has certainly had its fair…

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Success No Secret

Secret Cinema’s latest project, the seductively named Secret Cinema, premiered in Brighton last month with a fantastic night of entertainment…

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Changeling

Based on a true and definitely incredible story, Clint Eastwood’s new motion picture Changeling is set in an apparently immaculate…

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Of Time And The City

From Terence Davies comes his long-awaited fifth feature, and, at the age of sixty-five, it is not a moment too…

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Scott on secrets and lies

Nearly every crime thriller centres its moral high-ground on the issues of trust and deception. It is one of those…

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Lake Tahoe freeze frames over

Fernando Eimbcke’s new film focuses on the suburbs of an unnamed Mexican town. The minimalist cinematography progresses by eerily still shots…

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Lotz to be said about Lodz

I have to admit I was a little apprehensive about this screening. The little experience I have of Polish cinema paint…

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Foreign film favourites

Foreign-language films seem to come with an expectation to be arty and abstract, but in fact they’re found in all…

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