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Works on the sports desk of a national UK newspaper. Also writes graphic novels and a regularly-updated film blog (As Human As The Rest Of Us). He lives by the sea in south-east England, with his wife, kids and cats. Follow him on Twitter @andywinter1

7 DAYS IN ENTEBBE: Well-Intentioned But Flawed Hijack Thriller

A brave and ambitious film unafraid of wrestling with some very difficult questions, 7 Days In Entebbe is let down by an oddly-executed finale

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Let The Sunshine In: Juliette Binoche Delights In Off-kilter Rom-com

Director Claire Denis is choosing a more diverse range of film projects than any other time in her career - and it's best exemplified

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PYEWACKET: Low-Key Folk Horror Serves Up Tension, Atmosphere & Chills

Director Adam MacDonald mostly succeeds with Pyewacket being a simple, heartfelt tale focusing on the disintegration of a mother/daughter bond, without too much background

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Escape to New York: An interview with Ana Asensio, director, writer and star of Most Beautiful Island

After years as a struggling actress, Ana Asensio decided to try get her own project off the ground. A year after it's SXSW premiere,

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CARDBOARD GANGSTERS: Irish Crime Thriller is Brutally Effective

A searingly authentic piece of work, Cardboard Gangsters brings complexity and surprising humanity to a world of gangsters, persuasively evoking the lives of marginalized

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THE VANISHING OF SIDNEY HALL: Tricksy Melodrama About a Depressed Novelist Falls Flat

Despite some promising moments, The Vanishing of Sidney Hall never quite reaches the level of its ambition, ultimately fading in the background amongst more

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FINDING YOUR FEET: Pensioner Dramedy Is Surprisingly Moving

Though it is too perfectly machine-tooled to appeal to British pensioners, Finding Your Feet is a charming and funny ride.

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JUPITER'S MOON: Muddled Messiah Tale Has Its Moments

A frenetic, fantastical but frustrating piece of work, Jupiter's Moon will be remembered not for its rather woolly handling of serious subject matter, but

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MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND: A powerful, provocative take on the immigrant experience

Ana Asensio's directorial debut, Most Beautiful Island, is an intimate view of the immigrant experience not as social realist drama or romantic comedy, but

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The Fright Stuff: Interview with Paul Cotgrove, director of the UK's Horror-on-Sea film festival

Paul Cotgrove's Horror on Sea festival is championed by up and coming genre filmmakers across the world. Film Inquiry met with Paul to find

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