Flowers

Advertisements There once was a story about a man who could turn invisible. I thought it was only a story… until it happened to me. Ok, so here’s how it works: there’s this stuff called Quicksilver that can bend light. Some scientist…

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Yield

Advertisements Following in the footsteps of Ron Fricke’s Baraka and Godfrey Reggio’s  Koyaanisqatsi, Victor Tagaro’s Yield is an experimental film that shifts away from the typical form of the documentary and presents a visceral and enthralling experience. Yield explores the living conditions…

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Three Identical Strangers

Tim Wardle's documentary shines a light on an incredible true story, but lacks the necessary insight to do its subjects justice.…

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61 Hugs: An Interview With Writer CK Goldiing

Advertisements Crippled by a lifetime of overthinking, CK is a typical artist – forever worried about rejection, people’s perceptions and how things look. One day, he is challenged to leave his house, walk the busy streets, and ask sixty-one strangers for a…

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47 Metres Down

Advertisements I once backed out of scuba diving at the last-minute. So very last minute that the instructors didn’t even get the chance to stop me, because by the time they noticed what was happening I had already sprinted up the boardwalk…

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Arrival

Advertisements Arrival‘s non-linear structure weaves in and out like memory, stitching together pieces of a puzzle. The question, answer, and method is in front of you the whole time, and on re-watch, it’s even more apparent how immensely brave the editing is.…

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