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Film: The Myth of the American Sleepover

Like a modern day Lord of the Flies, in the unmitigated absence of adults, a group of awkward teenagers take rank during one summer night, all yearning for that one last-ditched attempt at hedonism before the school term starts.

Album Review: Milk Maid – Mostly No

Milk Maid’s second album ‘Mostly No’ is out this week and it is its intimate production values that determine the album’s strongest and weakest points…

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CPH:PIX Film Festival: The Invader

It all starts with a close up of a pussy, labia and all. Nicolas Provost’s notorious opening for The Invader suggests that the next ninety minutes of film will be daring, defiant, and a trifle pretentious. Strap in.

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Film: This Must Be The Place

This Must Be The Place is the tale of the quest of an ageing, Nazi-hunting goth-rocker played by Sean Penn

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26th BFI London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival: Beauty

Beauty is the uncomfortable story of obsession and repression with a wider narrative dealing with the way the older conservative generation fail to gel with post-apartheid contemporary South Africa

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Film: Drive

John Hughes plus violence isn’t nearly the full measure of Refn’s flawless neo-noir (although that in itself would be worth getting excited about), but Drive is, in line with Gosling’s…

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Tanner Almon & His Mum.

Tanner takes an instant photo every single day and sends it to his mum to review and name it. I like this. He's also a super cool and friendly guy.…

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Film: What Have You Done Today Mervyn Day? East London Before The Olympics.

Long before the reknowned Olympic Stadium was even a twinkle on the landscape’s eye, before the area was momentarily the centre of the world’s gaze and only mere weeks before the success…