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Newcomer Helena Howard is astonishing in Josephine Decker’s bold exploration of art and authorship.

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Could these be the directors vying for this year’s Palme d’Or?

60 films to look forward to in 2019 – part 1

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The ninth film by Quentin Tarantino and a Leos Carax musical are among our hot tips for the year ahead.

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A crop of complex and fascinating female characters were at the heart of this year’s LFF.

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Josephine Decker returns with a commanding, emotionally bracing study of teenage psychosis.

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