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The Black Panthers: the hidden history

Director Stanley Nelson tells the story of one of the most influential radical movements to emerge from the United States, whose legacy is both enduring and politically misunderstood, writes Season Butler

  • Written by Season Butler
  • Category: Film Review

Marshland: Life, death, redemption

A recently released Spanish thriller casts light on the country’s compromised transition to democracy. Marshland by Alberto Rodríguez is reviewed by Jim Aindow

  • Written by Jim Aindow
  • Category: Film Review

Avengers: Age of Repetitive Strain

As the Avengers once again look set to storm the box office, and as word of mouth continues to extol the virtues of the franchise, tireless contrarian Jack Brindelli gives a very different view

  • Written by Jack Brindelli
  • Category: Film Review

Selma: pointing to the mountain top

Selma chronicles the three-month period in 1965, when Martin Luther King led a  campaign for equal voting rights. Review by Sean Ledwith

  • Written by Sean Ledwith
  • Category: Film Review
We are many film

Amir Amirani’s ‘We are many’

Marienna Pope-Weidemann reviews Amir Amirani’s ‘We are many’, a documentary about the biggest anti-war demonstration in history

  • Written by Marienna Pope-Weidemann
  • Category: Film Review

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