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Rebecca: Last Night I Dreamt They Didn’t Remake Rebecca Again

One of the most iconic lines in literature is the opening of Rebecca, as Mrs de Winter…

ByBySam HoweNovember 26, 2020

PFF 2020: ‘Jumbo’ Explores a Whirlwind Romance as You’ve Never Seen it Before

Jumbo (2020) is the story of a young woman who falls in love with a…

ByBydan kinsleyNovember 25, 2020

Helmut Newton: The Bad and the Beautiful Explores the Legacy of an Infamous Photography Rebel

During his life, Helmut Newton was as revered as he was reviled for his provocative,…

ByBybeca dalimonteNovember 24, 2020

Lucky Grandma: A New Standard For The Modern Heist Film

The bustling streets of New York are home to millions who embrace the close-knit neighborhoods…

ByByNicholas McCutcheonNovember 20, 2020

NIGHTSTREAM 2020: ‘Bleed With Me’ is a Shining Example of Paranoia

CW: Self-harm, blood The protagonist of Amelia Moses’ Bleed With Me (2020), Rowan, is invited…

ByByjakob sanchezNovember 19, 2020

LFF 2020: ‘On the Rocks’ is a Dreamy New York Treasure

After doubts of a potential disloyalty with respect to her husband, Dean (Marlon Wayans), his…

ByByCharlotte JNovember 16, 2020

LFF 2020: ‘One Night in Miami’ is an Inspiring Portrait of Four Black Icons

The year is 1964. A young Cassius Clay (Eli Goree) has just defeated world heavyweight…

ByByNadira BegumNovember 13, 2020

LFF 2020: ‘Ammonite’ Celebrates the Importance of Human Connection

The BFI London Film Festival was a very different experience this year, yet there was…

ByByErin BaconNovember 8, 2020

NIGHSTREAM 2020: ‘The Queen of Black Magic’ Oozes Blood and Brutality

CW: Blood, vomit, self-harm, general grossness In The Queen of Black Magic (original title Ratu…

ByByjakob sanchezNovember 3, 2020

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