Posts by Phil Concannon

Trespass Against Us

By Phil Concannon

Michael Fassbender and Brendan Gleeson are terrific in this sturdy traveller drama from first-time director Adam Smith.

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A United Kingdom

By Phil Concannon

Director Amma Asante digs up a vital forgotten story from British history starring David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike.

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Ingrid Bergman in Her Own Words

By Phil Concannon

An intimate, revelatory portrait of the late Swedish film icon from director Stig Björkman.

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Remainder

By Phil Concannon

There’s shades of Charlie Kaufman’s Synecdoche, New York in this Tom Sturridge-starring mystery drama.

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No Home Movie

By Phil Concannon

Chantal Akerman’s intimate swansong is a moving meditation on family, loss and memory.

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The Measure of a Man

By Phil Concannon

The imperious Vincent Lindon excels as an ill-fated factory worker in this engaging social drama.

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Chronic

By Phil Concannon

The director of After Lucia returns with an intimate but ultimately misguided euthanasia drama.

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Steamboat Bill, Jr (1928)

By Phil Concannon

Don’t miss this chance to witness Buster Keaton work his extraordinary magic on the big screen.

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About Elly

By Phil Concannon

The film that Iranian Oscar-winner Asghar Farhadi made before A Separation gets a long-awaited UK release.

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