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  • Sea Sorrow
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    'Sea Sorrow': Cannes Review

    2017-05-17T13:15:00Z

    Vanessa Redgrave delivers a thoughtful documentary on the global refugee crisis

  • Forbidden Games
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    'Forbidden Games: The Justin Fashanu Story' - Hot Docs Review

    2017-05-03T08:00:00Z

    The tragic story of the late footballer Jusin Fashanu and his sibling John recalls a homophobic, racist Britain of the 1980s

  • Elian
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    'Elián’: Hot Docs Review

    2017-05-01T15:08:00Z

    The five year-old boy found floating in the Florida Straits in 1999 tells his side of the story

  • Whitney Houston
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    Whitney 'Can I Be Me': Tribeca Review

    2017-04-26T23:59:00Z

    It may be unauthorised, but Nick Broomfield’s story of a beautiful diva’s descent into drugs is certainly respectful

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    'Unlocked': Review

    2017-04-25T15:26:00Z

    Dir. Michael Apted. UK/US, 2017 128 minsUnlocked tests some interesting commercial waters by dispatching a gun-toting CIA operative played by Noomi Rapace into territory previously occupied by men. Bruce, Denz

  • The Last Animals
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    'The Last Animals': Tribeca Review

    2017-04-23T02:45:00Z

    A former war photographer tracks the shameful ivory trade in a galvanising documentary which is a potent mix of film and message

  • Walk With Me
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    'Walk With Me': Review

    2017-04-05T16:24:00Z

    Benedict Cumberbatch narrates this unusual documentary about a spiritual retreat in France under the guidance of renowned Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh

  • Us And Them
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    'Us And Them': SXSW Review

    2017-03-11T04:00:00Z

    Dir: Joe Martin. UK, 2017. 83 minsBritish short film and documentary maker Joe Martin (Keep Quiet) makes his feature debut with this timely - if rampantly unsubtle - drama, which takes the idea of class warfare t

  • The Farthest
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    'The Farthest': Dublin Review

    2017-02-27T13:31:00Z

    Emer Reynolds tracks the Voyager interstellar mission in a cathartic and moving documentary

  • Tomato Red
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    'Tomato Red': Dublin Review

    2017-02-26T19:00:00Z

    This third adaptaton of a Daniel Woodrell novel (after Ride With The Devil and Winter’s Bone) features Anna Friel as an blowsy Ozarks matriarch