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Film of the Week: Pride

By Jonathan Romney on Sep 18, 2014

Matthew Warchus's pop-powered story of unlikely solidarity between miners and LGBT activists is charming, but never twee

Bombast: Blitz Package

By Nick Pinkerton on Sep 17, 2014

Gods and monsters: football players on the field, the big screen, behind the camera, or caught somewhere in-between

Kaiju Shakedown: Ilo Ilo

By Grady Hendrix on Sep 17, 2014

Domestic realms: Anthony Chen's semi-autobiographical film gets to the heart of the thorny issues surrounding guest workers in Asia

Rep Diary: Two by Richard Linklater

By David Gregory Lawson on Sep 16, 2014

Outsider art: parsing the similarities between It’s Impossible to Learn to Plow by Reading Books and The Newton Boys

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Review: 20,000 Days on Earth

By Margaret Barton-Fumo on Sep 12, 2014

From him to eternity: Iain Forsythe and Jane Pollard's film about Nick Cave goes far beyond rockumentary

Interview: Lawrence Block

By R. Emmet Sweeney on Sep 12, 2014

Dead on: the crime novelist behind A Walk Among the Tombstones talks about getting adaptations right (and working with Wong Kar Wai)

Film of the Week: Stray Dogs

By Jonathan Romney on Sep 11, 2014

The outer limits: Tsai Ming-liang's latest feature portrays life on the margins with poetic force

Festivals: Midnight Sun

By Violet Lucca on Sep 11, 2014

Up all night: the summer festival above the Arctic Circle where there's 24 hours of daylight and movies

Interview: Eugène Green

By Violet Lucca on Sep 8, 2014

The director of La Sapienza discusses architecture, spirituality, love, and politics

Bombast: Zeitgeist

By Nick Pinkerton on Sep 5, 2014

The daily grind: a consideration of David Bordwell's arguments about reviewing and criticism

Festivals: Telluride

By Eugene Hernandez on Sep 5, 2014

Some of the biggest movies at this year's edition of the exclusive Colorado fest weren't Oscar hopefuls

Interview: Stephen Lack

By Emma Myers on Sep 5, 2014

Explosive personality: the star of Scanners talks about the body horror of early Eighties special effects—and painting

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