LIFF2010 Tag Archive

Film Festival, Live Action

LIFF2010: Never Let Me Go

An adaptation of an acclaimed and beloved novel by Kazuo Ishiguro, Never Let Me Go paints a conceptually alternative world with a very familiar visual

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Documentary, Film Festival

LIFF2010: Double Tide

A few weeks ago a review of Ruhr by James Benning was submitted as part of the coverage of the 54th London Film Festival, where I proposed Benning’s work as

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Animation, Film Festival, Live Action

LIFF2010: A Town Called Panic

The first stop-motion animation to compete in Cannes Film Festival’s Official Selection, A Town Called Panic’s eccentric insanity is not what we have

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Film Festival, Live Action

LIFF2010: Son of Babylon

Set only a few weeks into the wake of the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime, Son of Babylon, winner of the Amnesty Film Award and Peace Prize at the 60th

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Film Festival, Live Action

LIFF2010: To Walk Beside You

Although it would be a stretch to denounce To Walk Beside You as a mistranslation of the original Japanese title, a direct translation would offer slightly

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Art & Fashion, Film Festival

LIFF2010: Mare’s Tail

Cherry Kino, who programmed Mare’s Tail, is the experimental film strand of the Leeds International Film Festival, though its founder Martha Jurksaitis

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