Starring Game Of Thrones’ Natalia Tena, Long Distance (aka 10,000km) observes a long distance relationship with intelligence and heart.
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Harvey Weinstein caved and finally agreed to give Snowpiercer a limited US release. But was the full director’s cut worth fighting for?
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The Grand Budapest Hotel hits cinemas this weekend marking another triumph for writer and director Wes Anderson. But what are the indie darling’s best and worst movies to date? We rank every feature length film in his canon in ascending order to find out… 8. Bottle Rocket It’s not that
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Romania has built a strong film movement over the last few years. From the powerful The Death Of Mr. Lazarescu and the provocative Police, Adjective to the chilling 4 Month, 3 Weeks and 2 Days, they have created some of best examples of world cinema this decade.