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Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter (2014)

For their latest cinematic effort, sibling filmmakers David and Nathan Zellner have stripped back a story passed down through Internet message boards, telling of the curious journey of one Japanese woman who travels to the other side of the…

Sundance London 2014

Founded in 1978, Sundance Film Festival has over the decades proved itself to be a bastion of exceptional independent films and a platform for raising the visibility of notable filmmaking. Since 2012, it has been gathering up some of its…

Obvious Child (2014)

When Gillian Robespierre’s directorial debut, Obvious Child, opens with the female lead Donna Stern (played by real-life comedian Jenny Slate) talking about vaginas and farts in her stand-up, you can tell you’re going to get along just…

The Voices (2014)

The follow up film from Marjane Satrapi, director of Persepolis is not what you would expect. In one fell swoop she shifts her gaze from biographical animation to screwball, satirical comedy. The Voices sees Ryan Reynolds play Jerry…

Frank (2014)

It’s the well-known story, the familiar dream of making it big as a musician and leaving your old, ordinary life far behind. Such is the situation we find Jon in, played by Domhnall Gleeson, an office drone chained to his desk job who is…