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LFF2015

LONDON 2015 – Son Of Saul (2015)

With remarkable confidence for his feature debut, László Nemes has located a cinematic language to grapple with the urgency of history and its irrevocable course. Perching his camera onto the shoulders of an emotionally paralysed…

LONDON 2015 – Truth (2015)

In 2004, US news programme 60 Minutes broadcast a report casting doubt about George W. Bush’s career in the Air National Guard during the 1970s.  What followed was a stirring controversy not of the then-President’s military career, but of…

LONDON 2015 – Trumbo (2015)

American director Jay Roach hasn’t really done biopics.  With films such as the Austin Powers films, The Campaign and Meet the Parents, creating a film about one of Hollywood’s most renowned screenwriters doesn’t fit in with his normal…

LONDON 2015 – The Here After (2015)

Two years after an intimate tragedy shot tremors through a rural Swedish community, teenager John (Ulrik Munther) is released from a high security institute, and embraced by his father. The wide shot in which this happens could represent …