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Dan Bullock

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Dan loves writing, film, music and photography. Originally from Devon, he did London for 4 years and now resides in Exeter. He also has a mild obsession with squirrels and cake. The latter being more of a hobby. Favourite movies include HIGH FIDELITY, ALMOST FAMOUS, ROXANNE, GOOD WILL HUNTING, JURASSIC PARK, too many Steve Martin films and Nolan's BATMAN universe. He can also be found on www.twitter.com/danbullock

Sydney 2018: ‘Dressage’ Review: Dir. Pooya Badkoobeh (2018)

Dressage Review: Pooya Badkoobeh's directorial debut is a compelling character study that avoids clichés. Dressage review by Dan Bullock, June 2018. Set in the suburbs of Tehran, Dressage...

Home Entertainment: ‘The Beguiled’ DVD Review

Directed by Sofia Coppola and set during the American Civil War, The Beguiled is a slow-paced but intensely-told story of a group of women...

Review: Michael Giacchino At 50, Live At The Royal Albert Hall

Michael Giacchino is a film composer who’s still on the up and if you’ve watched the likes of LOST, Rogue One, Jurassic World, a...

LFF 2017: ‘6 Days’ Review: Dir. Toa Fraser (2017)

6 Days review: Reviewed at the 2017 BFI London Film Festival, Toa Fraser's true-life drama revolves around the real-life Iranian Embassy siege in April, 1980. 6...

Sydney 2017: The Farthest review: Dir. Emer Reynolds

The Farthest review: The ultimate space  documentary where you can sit back and just immerse yourself in the how's and why's in our solar...

Sydney 2017: Barbecue review: Dir. Matthew Salleh

Barbecue review: Tradition and family congregation is at the heart of this 13 course trip around the world. Barbecue review by Dan Bullock, Sydney Film...

Sydney 2017: Austerlitz review: Dir. Sergei Loznitsa

Austerlitz review: Director Sergei Loznitsa lets you create your own story in this voyeuristic juxtaposition of the lack of connectivity from a modern society...

Sydney 2017: The Workers Cup review: Dir. Adam Sobel

The Workers Cup review: A momentary delight in an otherwise grim perspective of migrant exploitation and human rights. The Workers Cup review by Dan Bullock,...

Sydney 2017: Roller Dreams review: Dir. Kate Hickey

Roller Dreams review: An absorbing and vibrant celebration of the 80s rolling skating/disco scene and the characters who engendered its revolution. Roller Dreams review by...

Sydney 2017: When The Day Had No Name review: Dir. Teona...

When The Day Had No Name review: A disconnected, stretched-out story that would be better suited as a snappy  short . When The Day Had No Name review by Dan Bullock...