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Jacqui is an American/British filmmaker/photographer who just thoroughly enjoys studying and writing about cinema. She's currently working on her PhD in film and spends her spare time organising the Drunken Film Festival in Bradford.

Woody Allen

After bugging my colleagues with discussion on Woody Allen films maybe one time too many, it was suggested that I write his Beginner's Guide. Surprisingly, the

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Violence in cinema isn't a new concept. In fact, some of the earliest films ever made were surprisingly violent, even by todays standards. But

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Graham Clarke

In 2007, I was a zombie and I was murdered by a man named Graham Clarke. Okay, I was actually a hungry film student

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How The Sky Will Melt

I sat down to watch independent, experimental film How the Sky Will Melt by Matthew Wade the other night with my fiance. Other than bragging

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There's no arguing that if you have even a mild interest in film, you've likely heard of Stanley Kubrick. You've probably even seen at

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Film Noir stems back to the earlier days of Hollywood, starting with the Humphrey Bogart classic The Maltese Falcon in 1941. This film, the first from cinema

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The word "gritty" is often used by reviewers to describe films which portray graphic physical violence, lone wolf characters, and probably a line of

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Guardians of the Galaxy broke records this year when its soundtrack reached number one, making it the first soundtrack in history to reach number

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Author's note: I set out to write a very simple article looking back on Tarantino's work and I wound up on a truly head-spinning

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Experimental film by its very nature often flies under the radar of the average film viewer and even most movie buffs. However, I'd like to

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