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The Year Of The Auteur. The Hope Lies at 24 Frames Per Second Top Ten Of 2014.

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It’s been a powerful year for cinema. Join us as we chart the last twelve months on screens big across the world. Read more

The Year In Home Video. 2014 Edition.

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The end of a year is here, and with it comes the perfect opportunity to take a look back at the year in film. First up, here’s our extensive evaluation of the year in home video.

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The National Film Registry Class Of 2014.

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The National Film Registry this week announced the latest inductees in to their esteemed ranks. Read more

The Criterion Memorandum. March 2015.

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Welcome to this month’s Criterion Memorandum. Join us, as we take a look at the latest announcements from the esteemed US boutique home video label.  Read more

The Indiewire Critics End-Of-Year Poll 2014.

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Another hour passes, and with it comes the next end-of-year poll. Read more

The OFCS Awards Announced.

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If the OFCS best picture winner takes the Oscar we’ll be very happy.  Read more

Brody And de Baecque = Cinema Is Everything.

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Apologies for cutting it fine, but this sounds excellent.  Read more

Knight Of Cups Trailer.

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We don’t often cover trailers. We do make exceptions for a small number of filmmakers. Read more

Monday Blu(e)s And DVD.

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We’ve reached that time of the year when new releases of note dry up.

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Loose, Apathetic Thoughts On The Hobbit: The Battle Of Five Armies.

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I had no intention of writing about The Hobbit: The Battle Of Five Armies, but my wife is insisting on watching The X-Factor (the same wife who insists we only have one television) and I’m at a loose end. Weighing up my feelings on the film, which I caught last night, one thing became clear, a thing that tied it irrevocalby to the pain and suffering that is Simon Cowell’s most foul creation: Both stand as marked and strange 21st Century Xmas traditions. Read more