Ultraviolence (2020) BFI LFF Review

Ultraviolence (2020) BFI LFF Review

Ultraviolence, from documentarian Ken Fero, takes a graphic look into the brutality within the British Police whilst talking to the families of victims who have suffered at the hands of a faulty system. Charlie Gardiner reviews.

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The Painter and the Thief (2020) BFI LFF Review

The Painter and the Thief (2020) BFI LFF Review

An emotional depiction of friendship, trauma and the power of art, Benjamin Ree’s documentary ‘The Painter and the Thief’ (2020) focusing on Barbora Kyslikova and Karl Bertil-Norland, reviewed by Charlie Gardiner.

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7 Moments from ‘Bobby Robson: More Than A Manager’ That Will Give You Chills

7 Moments from ‘Bobby Robson: More Than A Manager’ That Will Give You Chills

The very best, most emotional and inspirational moments from football documentary ‘Bobby Robson: More Than a Manager’ (2018), from Gabriel Clarke. Article by Katie Doyle.

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The Arbor (2010) Documentary Review

The Arbor (2010) Documentary Review

Clio Barnard’s feature debut, documentary ‘The Arbor’ (2010), tells the truth of impoverished Great Britain through the tragedy of Andrea Dunbar and her family’s posthumous devastation. Joseph Wade reviews.

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Walk, Run, Cha-Cha – Oscar Nominated Documentary Short Review

Walk, Run, Cha-Cha – Oscar Nominated Documentary Short Review

Nominated for the Documentary Short Oscar in 2020, ‘Walk, Run, Cha-Cha’ from director Laura Nix is more than just a dance movie. Joseph Wade reviews…

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In the Absence – Oscar Nominated Documentary Short Review

In the Absence – Oscar Nominated Documentary Short Review

In 2014, 250 school children drowned to death when their ferry sank off the coast of South Korea. 2020’s Oscar nominated documentary short ‘In the Absence’ explores the ethical quagmire that led to this disaster. Joseph Wade reviews.

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Film as a Political Medium: Propaganda and ‘The Triumph of the Will’

Film as a Political Medium: Propaganda and ‘The Triumph of the Will’

Nazi propaganda film ‘The Triumph of the Will’ is analysed for its effectiveness as a documentary and comparisons are drawn to contemporary politics in James Cullen’s informative film essay.

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