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Why I Like Korean Films

My love affair with Korean films begun in 2010 with Chagn Dong Lee's Poetry, a film about a sixty something year old woman who finds comfort in a poetry class. It is also a film about the poetry of cinema and it's ability to allow...

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Michaela Coel

is a phenomena. She wrote 191 drafts of I may Destroy You, her fictionalized story of sexual assault. She won a BAFTA for Chewing Gum, about a girl desperate to lose her virginity. She went to Guildhall and loved it. Even though she was told she...

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Play It safe

Play It Safe is the best short I have seen for a long time. Airing now on Mubi, Mitch Kalisha's debut is a moving, brutal and insightful piece of cinema. Cinematographer, Jaime Ackroyd, takes us to a place with this story that grabs us and...

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