UKGFF 2015: Good Things Await Review

Over the next few weeks, FILM IN WORDS will be taking a special look at the 2015 UK Green film festival, showcasing and reviewing this year’s stellar lineup of thematically potent, visually arresting and environmentally focused films. We hope you can come along for the ride… Advertisements

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UKGFF 2015: Divide In Concord Review

Over the next few weeks, FILM IN WORDS will be taking a special look at the 2015 UK Green film festival, showcasing and reviewing this year’s stellar lineup of thematically potent, visually arresting and environmentally focused films. We hope you can come along for the ride…

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UKGFF 2015: Seeds of Time Review

Over the next few weeks, FILM IN WORDS will be taking a special look at the 2015 UK Green Film Festival, showcasing and reviewing this year’s stellar lineup of thematically potent, visually arresting and environmentally focused films. We hope you can come along for the ride…

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UKGFF 14: Expedition to the End of the World

Words: Brody Rossiter Twitter: @BrodyRossiter Expedition to the End of the World is a picture which its accompanying press release describes as “a film about the origins of the world, the end of human civilisation, and life on earth once we’re gone”. Suffice it to say, director Daniel Dencik exhibits epic intentions in terms of both […]

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Milius Review: Directing Legends

Teddy Bear with an AK-47 John Milius’ bear-like shoulders have bore many titles throughout his infamous career in cinema as both a writer and director; visionary, fascist, zen anarchist, threat to western civilization, but most importantly a true filmmaking great. Milius was born and raised in the American Midwestern town of St. Louis, Missouri. The […]

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Blockade, Landscape, Revue: 3 films by Sergei Loznitsa Review

Words: Brody Rossiter Twitter: @BrodyRossiter BACK IN THE U.S.S.R. Pieced together solely from footage sourced from the Soviet film archives, Sergei Loznitsa’s collection of documentaries, Blockade, Revue, and Landscape, provides a largely unseen portrait of Russia’s tumultuous and often deeply tragic journey through the 20th Century. Retrospectively the key events which have marked the vast […]

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