Posts by Marina Ashioti

Sweetheart

By Marina Ashioti

Teenage romance blossoms by the seaside in first-time director Marley Morrison’s caravan park-set coming-of-ager.

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The Alpinist

By Marina Ashioti

This gripping biopic of the enigmatic Marc-André Leclerc captures the essence of solo alpine free climbing.

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The Collini Case

By Marina Ashioti

Morality, justice and the limits of the law are explored in this clichéd adaptation of Ferdinand von Schirach’s bestselling novel.

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Copilot

By Marina Ashioti

Anne Zohra Berrached’s ’90s-set romance fictionalises the private life of United 93 hijacker Ziad Jarrah and his lover.

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Sabaya

By Marina Ashioti

A sombre and emotive documentary depicting the painful realities of the Islamic State’s reign of terror.

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The Night House

By Marina Ashioti

David Bruckner’s architectural horror stands up to the contemporary challenges of dabbling with ghosts and jump scares.

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Boys from County Hell

By Marina Ashioti

Writer/director Chris Baugh’s vampire comedy-horror fails to breathe new life into a stale genre.

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Is this the first major artistic response to life under the pandemic?

By Marina Ashioti

Manchester International Festival returns to the city, reflecting a broad spectrum of culture, visual arts and performance

Uncovering a new wave of innovative Greek documentaries

By Marina Ashioti

The 23th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival showcases a selection of top homegrown talent.

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