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Tyrannosaur

Tyrannosaur

Sarah Ward October 25, 2011 0

Powerful might be the most appropriate term, however the word does not even begin to describe Paddy Considine’s compelling, confronting, contemplative and unexpectedly cathartic Tyrannosaur, an emotive exploration of the underside of British poverty.

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Melancholia

Melancholia

Sarah Ward August 5, 2011 0

The latest film by divisive Danish auteur Lars von Trier (Breaking the Waves), the accomplished and ambitious exploration of the extremes of the emotional spectrum that is Melancholia ranks amongst his enlightening, astounding best.

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Melbourne International Film Festival: 23 July 2011

Sarah Ward July 24, 2011 0

In the second full day of screenings, and the first to fall on a weekend, the Melbourne International Film Festival wasted little time filling its many venues. With nine sold out sessions (including Werner

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Melbourne International Film Festival: I Love You Phillip Morris

Sarah Ward July 31, 2010 0

To many members of the population, the name Philip Morris is synonymous with big tobacco, with the British-formed multi-national company a titan of the industry. Hence when a film entitled I Love You Phillip

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