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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is a Blood-Soaked Fairy-Tale that Dares You to Feel Outraged

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is a Blood-Soaked Fairy-Tale that Dares You to Feel Outraged

August 14th 2019 | 2019 68th MIFF Critics Campus Headliners MIFF 2019
MIFF 2019 Critics Campus participant Zoë Almeida Goodall explores the complexities of Quentin Tarantino's already-controversial and much-anticipated new film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
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The Dead Don’t Die, Four Ways

The Dead Don’t Die, Four Ways

August 11th 2019 | 2019 68th MIFF Critics Campus Film Criticism Headliners
Four participants from this year's Critics Campus – Luke McCarthy, Claire Cao, Zoë Almeida Goodall and Zach Karpinellison – tackle Jim Jarmusch's The Dead Don't Die from four different perspectives.
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Uncompromising Voices: An Interview with Leave No Trace Director Debra Granik

Uncompromising Voices: An Interview with Leave No Trace Director Debra Granik

August 21st 2018 | MIFF 2018 International Films Headliners Festival Guests Critics Campus 67th MIFF
Critics Campus participant Debbie Zhou sits down for a conversation with Leave No Trace director Debra Granik at MIFF 2018.
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Burning and the adaptations of Haruki Murakami

Burning and the adaptations of Haruki Murakami

August 13th 2018 | Video Essay MIFF 2018 Headliners Film Criticism 67th MIFF
MIFF 2018 Marketing Intern Claudia Biaggini takes us through Murakami's Barn Burning and the filmic adaptations of his works.
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The Beauty of the Familiar: Hirokazu Kore-eda’s imitations of life

The Beauty of the Familiar: Hirokazu Kore-eda’s imitations of life

July 27th 2018 | MIFF 2018 International Films Headliners Film Criticism Critics Campus 67th MIFF
MIFF 2018 Critics Campus participant Valerie Ng takes us through the beautiful everyday moments that take centre stage in the imagery of Hirokazu Kore-eda, director of MIFF 2018 films Shoplifters and The Third Murder
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A Sisyphean Determination: On Terry Gilliam’s struggle with The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

A Sisyphean Determination: On Terry Gilliam’s struggle with The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

July 27th 2018 | MIFF 2018 Headliners Critics Campus 67th MIFF
Faith Everard takes us through the plagued production of The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, and explores why this film is one of the most anticipated films of MIFF 2018.
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How to Watch A Jean-Luc Godard Film in 2018

How to Watch A Jean-Luc Godard Film in 2018

July 17th 2018 | MIFF 2018 International Films Headliners France Experimental Critics Campus 67th MIFF
MIFF 2018 Critics Campus participant André Shannon gives us some tips for the best way to enjoy Jean-Luc Godard's The Image Book.
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Song to Song, Four Ways

Song to Song, Four Ways

August 13th 2017 | 66th MIFF Critics Campus Headliners
Four participants from the 2017 Critics Campus tackle Terrence Malick’s Song to Song in these short reviews, with a diverse range of responses.
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Let the Sunshine In, Four Ways

Let the Sunshine In, Four Ways

August 12th 2017 | Women Filmmakers MIFF 2017 Headliners France Critics Campus 66th MIFF
Let the Sunshine is reviewed by four participants from the 2017 Critics Campus, providing a range of different takes on Claire Denis' latest.
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Twilight to Starlight – The Making of Robert Pattinson’s Career

Twilight to Starlight – The Making of Robert Pattinson’s Career

July 31st 2017 | MIFF 2017 MIFF 2016 Headliners 66th MIFF
Rowena Lloyd takes a look at Robert Pattinson's post-Twilight career with some surprising choices in auteur-driven movies.
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