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Sacha Hall

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Apart from being the worst and most unfollowed tweeter on Twitter, Sacha loves all things film and music. With a passion for unearthing the hidden gems on the Festival trail from London and New York to her home in the land Down Under, Sacha’s favourite films include One Flew Over The Cuckoo Nest, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Fight Club, Autism in Love and Theeb. You can also make her feel better by following her @TheSachaHall.

Gayby Baby review [LFF 2015]: “A wonderful film”

Gayby Baby Review: Largely crowd-funded and shot observationally, this is a truly wonderful film... In this age of social consciousness, family models are no longer...

Taxi Tehran review [LFF 2015]: “Enlightening & inspiring”

Taxi Tehran review: This year’s winner of the Golden Bear at Berlinale is enlightening… inspiring." With a camera strapped to the dashboard of his moving...

Partisan Review [LFF 2015]: “Frustratingly bleak”

Partisan review: A frustratingly bleak and ambiguous tale. If you’re in the mood to take a tenebrous journey through the nothingness with a utopian crackpot...

Sherpa Review [LFF 2015]: “Leaves you breathless…”

Sherpa review: An extraordinary and soulful documentary... Sometimes a piece of cinematic magic will come along that will just leave you breathless and desperate to run out...

The Intern review: “Enjoyable and sweet”

The Intern review: A charming, light-hearted film that will have you leaving the cinema smiling... In the opening montage of writer/director Nancy Meyers’ latest contribution...

A Q&A with director Ramin Bahrani for 99 Homes

Back at the Sydney Film Festival in June, I managed to sit in a Q & A Discussion with 99 Homes director Ramin Bahrani...

99 Homes review: “Heartbreaking and raw…”

99 Homes review: Garfield is superb in this film... Fresh off the festival merry-go-round from Sundance to Sydney, Ramin Bahrani’s cyclical tale of abject desperation...

Suspension review [FrightFest 2015]: “Much more than your average horror”

Suspension review: Much more than your average horror film. Director: Jeffery Scott Lando Cast: Ellen MacNevin , Barry Nerling, Taylor Russell, Connor Fielding,  Sage Brocklebank, Duncan Ollerenshaw, Steve Richmond. Cert: TBC Running...

Sun Choke review [Frightfest 2015]: “Beautifully crafted and exquisitely shot”

Sun Choke review: An enthralling and engaging film that just creeps up on you again and again. Director: Ben Cresciman Cast: Sara Malakul Lane, Sarah Hagan,...

Last Girl Standing review [FrightFest 2015]: “A credible debut”

Last Girl Standing review: A credible feature debut from director Benjamin R. Moody. Director: Benjamin R. Moody Cast: Akasha Villalobos, Danielle Evon Ploeger, Brian Villalobos, JD...