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Alistair is a 23 year old former journalism student from the sun-soaked city of Leeds, England, who has recently moved down to Cambridge. After spending two decades as "King of the North", it was time for a change and a move down south to work at a local newspaper followed. He has been writing about film since the start of 2014. If you like his writing, his work can also be found on Gay Essential, CutPrintFilm, Cinemole (his Wordpress blog) and over on his Letterboxd and YouTube pages. Because of his work for Film Inquiry, he is also a recognised member of GALECA, the Gay & Lesbian Entertainment Critics' Association.

BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL Week 5: The End Of The Festival

In this final report, the Film Inquiry team sums up their last film-watching experiences of the BFI London Film Festival.

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THE DEATH OF STALIN: Chaos, Comedy & Communism

Like Armando Iannucci's other work, The Death of Stalin is a reliably funny romp—it's just not going to be seen as one of his

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BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL Week 4: The Year's Best Movies?

We report from BFI London Film Festivals with reviews of The Party, Loving Vincent, Brawl on Cell Block 99 and many more.

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LOVELESS: Emotionally Brutal Filmmaking

Featuring one of the coldest mother-child relationships of the year, the harrowing but heavy handed Loveless truly lives up to its title.

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BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL Week 4: The Year's Best Movies?

Chloe, Alistair and Ryan report from BFI London Film Festival, reviewing films Wonderstruck, Pickups, Breathe and many more!

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LEAN ON PETE: No Room For Horsing Around In Andrew Haigh's Emotional Triumph

In Andrew Haigh's Lean On Pete, a young boy bonds with a horse headed to a slaughterhouse, and is a great cinematic experience.

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BLADE RUNNER 2049: The Sci-Fi Spectacle You've Always Dreamed of

Blade Runner 2049 is a blockbuster with brains, heart and an abundance of style, that will certainly reward repeat viewings.

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BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL Week 4: The Year's Best Movies?

We continue to cover the multitude of films coming from London Film Festival, with reviews of among others, 1%, Lean on Pete and Good

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BFI London Film Festival 2017, Week 1: The First Discoveries

Chloe, Ryan and Alistair of Film Inquiry are attending BFI London Film Festival, and share some of their first impressions!

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THE TIGER HUNTER: Not Worth Hunting Down

The Tiger Hunter is a fun, yet ultimately uninspired film about the immigrant experience, reinforcing stereotypes instead of offering up anything new.

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