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How the films of Jem Cohen reveal the true meaning of independent cinema

By Patrick Gamble

A recent retrospective at the IndieLisboa Film Festival highlighted the need for socially-conscious filmmaking.

The five best films from IndieLisboa 2016

By Josh Slater-Williams

From the story of an easily seduced movie sub-titler to an innovative study of exhuming the dead through acting.

A brilliant film about pregnancy plays at IndieLisboa

By Josh Slater-Williams

Olmo and the Seagull deserves its comparison to Rosemary’s Baby, despite being a very different beast.

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