Posts by Isaac Feldberg

Horizon: An American Saga – Chapter 1 review – Kevin Costner’s blood, sweat and tears

By Isaac Feldberg

In the first half of his epic passion project, Kevin Costner charts a cost across the vast expanse of the American west.

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Limonov: The Ballad – first-look review

By Isaac Feldberg

Ben Whishaw rises to the occasion of essaying the poet, provocateur and political dissident Eduard Limonov.

The Teachers’ Lounge review – a chain-reaction melodrama

By Isaac Feldberg

A new teacher is tasked with finding out which of her students is responsible for a series of thefts in Ilker Çatak's drama.

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‘For some people, simulation theory is not a joke’ – Rodney Ascher on A Glitch in the Matrix

By Isaac Feldberg

The documentary maker on the deep existential concerns at the heart of his latest project.

‘How do we put an end to generational trauma?’ – Saul Williams on Akilla’s Escape

By Isaac Feldberg

The multi-hyphenate has created a hypnotic, incisive score for Charles Officer’s socially-conscious crime-noir.

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