Surge (2021) Review – GFF

Surge (2021) Review – GFF

Headlined by an unforgettable and unrecognisable performance from Ben Whishaw, ‘Surge’ has a “wild, kinetic energy” that evokes comparisons to ‘Joker’ and ‘Falling Down’. Jack Cameron reviews.

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Cowboys (2021) Review – GFF

Cowboys (2021) Review – GFF

Anna Kerrigan writes and directs Steve Zahn and Jillian Bell in the Tribeca award winning family drama ‘Cowboys’, about a trans boy and his family relationships. Jack Cameron reviews.

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Voice of Silence (2021) Review – GFF

Voice of Silence (2021) Review – GFF

Screenwriter-director Hong Eui-jeong announces himself as a talent to look out for in the future in his feature debut ‘Voice of Silence’, an off-kilter South Korean film starring ‘Burning’ actor Yoo Ah-in. Jack Cameron reviews.

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Enemies of the State (2020) Review

Enemies of the State (2020) Review

Is Matt DeHart a liberating whistleblower in possession of incriminating evidence against the US government or just trying to escape prosecution for heinous crimes? ‘Enemies of the State’ explores, Jack Cameron reviews.

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Riders of Justice (2021) Review – GFF

Riders of Justice (2021) Review – GFF

Mads Mikkelsen stars in the latest black comedy from Danish writer-director Anders Thomas Jensen, ‘Riders of Justice’, a movie about probability. Jack Cameron reviews.

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10 Great Anime Films for Newcomers

10 Great Anime Films for Newcomers

Where do I begin with anime? This list of 10 exceptional entry points into one of Japan’s largest cultural exports is sure to help. List by Jack Cameron.

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New Order (2020) BFI LFF Review

New Order (2020) BFI LFF Review

‘New Order’ (2020), from Mexican filmmaker Michel Franco, is “a daunting but very well crafted art-house thriller”. Naian González Norvind stars. Review by Jack Cameron.

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Wildfire (2020) BFI LFF Review

Wildfire (2020) BFI LFF Review

Nika McGuigan and Nora-Jane Noone shine in Cathy Brady’s feature debut ‘Wildfire’, an Irish drama that ponders a lot of topics at the expense of its narrative. Jack Cameron reviews.

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