LFF2010 Tag Archive

Film Festival, Live Action, Music

LFF2010: Attenberg

If we’re going to attach Attenberg to a genre, I suppose it would be a ‘rites-of-passage’ movie, though it’s pretty far removed from

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Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts

DN LFF2010: Hunting and Sons – Sander Burger

Hunting and Sons is the second feature from Sander Burger, focused on a couple who appear to be living an ordinary life the film is full of questions of what

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Film Festival, Live Action

LFF2010: Another Year

It was James Cameron who once stated, “Pick up a camera. Shoot something. No matter how small, no matter how cheesy, no matter whether your friends and your

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Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts

DN LFF2010: Autumn – Aamir Bashir

Rafiq’s brother has been missing for several months now. With no idea of his whereabouts or location from the authorities that took him and several thousand

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Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts

DN LFF2010: Elisa K – Judith Colell & Jordi Cadena

At eleven, everything in Elisa’s life will lose its innocence. One day whilst her father is asleep and her brother is on a swing outside, her father’s

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Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts

DN LFF2010: Sensation – Tom Hall

Set in rural Ireland, Sensation is the story of 26 year old sheep farmer Donnal Duggan who we meet on the morning of his father’s death. An outsider in

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Documentary, Film Festival, Podcasts

DN LFF2010: The Tillman Story – Amir Bar-Lev

Pat Tillman was an American football player who turned down a multi-million dollar contract in the NFL to fight for the US army in the war on terrorism. Seen

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Film Festival, Live Action

LFF2010: Hands Up

I’m not at all familiar with Romain Goupil’s work but Hands Up is a film that you’ll watch and admire so much, you’ll be drawn to explore his back

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Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts

DN LFF2010: Cold Weather – Aaron Katz

Doug is a college drop out who returns home to a rainy Portland to live with his sister, Gail. Much more responsible than him, she’s bemused by

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Film Festival, Live Action

LFF2010: In Our Name

When the 54th London Film Festival programme arrived, In Our Name was one of the films that shone out to me, especially in the New British Cinema

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Film Festival, Live Action

LFF2010: Heartbeats

Opening with a series of awkward scenes full of young people sharing their experiences of love, desire and obsession leaves you asking yourself whether these

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Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts

DN LFF2010: I am Kalam – Nila Madhab Panda

Chotu is a young boy born in to poverty. His mother sends him to work with at his Uncle Bhati’s cafe where he watches and becomes inspired by a speech

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