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Becky spends her days working in TV and she spends every other minute writing about cinema, TV & feminism. Based in London, she also likes drinking gin, re-watching 'The X Files' and writing about on-screen representation and all manner of things over at femphile.com

Krisha

The opening of Trey Edward Shults’ Krisha is intense. A few seconds in, we are staring eye to eye with Krisha, the titular character (Krisha

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A Bigger Splash

A remake of the 1969 Italian-French film La Piscine and partly inspired by David Hockney’s ‘Swimming Pool’ painting, A Bigger Splash is the fourth feature film

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3 ½ Minutes, 10 Bullets

On November 23rd 2012, 17 year old Jordan Davis was shot dead inside a friends car at a gas station. He was shot by

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The Falling

The Falling, the first drama feature by critically acclaimed director Carol Morley, went largely unnoticed on its general release. Despite collecting high praise from

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Addicted to Sheep

In the very North of England, settled into the cinematic hillside of the North Pennines, there lives a family of sheep farmers. Amongst the

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Alien Ripley

By its nature, sci-fi is a genre of revolution. The fantastical elements (time travel, dystopian future setting or parallel worlds) allow the genre a

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Suffragette has been grabbing the attention of the media and public long before it was even released. First, there were rumours that there were to

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A Syrian Love Story

A Syrian Love Story is the latest investigative documentary from award winning filmmaker-journalist Sean McCallister. Renowned for his hard-hitting documentaries which go further than others

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Spike Jonze

Producer, Director, Writer, Actor. These are just some of the labels one could attribute to Spike Jonze. Absurd, surreal, unique and diverse are just

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Carol London Film Festival

This year there are 238 films, from 57 different countries showing at the 59th BFI London Film Festival. A star-studded event which draws crowds

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