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Sundance London: Wilson review: Dir. Craig Johnson (2017)

Wilson review: Woody Harrelson appears as a neurotic loner in modern-day Minnesota in this adaptation of the Daniel Cloves graphic novel. Wilson review at the...

Sundance London 2017 opening film revealed

The film set to open this year's Sundance London Festival has been revealed. That film will be Beatriz At Dinner from director Miguel Arteta....

Author: The JT LeRoy Story review: “A superbly constructed documentary”

Author The JT LeRoy Story review: A hugely watchable documentary on perhaps the biggest 'hoax' to have ever 'rocked' the literary world. Author: The JT...

The Greasy Strangler review: “Hilariously disgusting fun…”

The Greasy Strangler review: The film which will split audiences the most at this year's Sundance London, Jim Hosking's feature is hilarious, disgusting fun. The...

Sundance London: The Intervention review

Sundance London: The Intervention review: Debut feature director Clea DuVall throws in a solid effort with this comedy drama, one of the highlights from...

Sundance London: Wiener-Dog review

Sundance London: Wiener-Dog review: Todd Solondz delivers a film in same vein as most of his back-catalogue - a comedy that fails to raise...

Sundance London: Other People review

Sundance London 2016: Other People review: A superb, darkly comic, emotional film notable for its excellence in writing, direction and performances. Other People review by Paul Heath,...

Sundance London: Morris From America review

Sundance London: Morris From America review: A sweet, well natured and truly uplifting tale from filmmaker Chad Hartigan, with stand-out performances from Craig Robinson...

Sundance London: Tallulah review

Sundance London 2016: Tallulah review: Ellen Page delivers her best performance since Juno in this wistful tale from debut feature director Sian Heder. Tallulah review...

Sydney ’16: Goat review

Sydney '16: Goat review: Nick Jonas delivers a breakthrough performance as the brother of a wannabee frat member in this intense drama from Andrew...