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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | September 26, 2020

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REVIEW: Four Kids and It

September 23, 2020 |

In a time where everyone’s dreaming of a better tomorrow, Four Kids and It teaches children to be careful what they wish for – and to embrace the positives of difficult circumstances.

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Abduction: A Short Film Review

September 22, 2020 |

A night of drinking and extra-terrestrial experiences leaves a woman wondering why her town has now turned on her in Abduction, a short film about judgement, victim blaming, and (probably) aliens.

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Film Review: The Translators

September 16, 2020 |

A tangle of mysteries and lies gradually unravels revealing the lengths creative people will go to for their authenticity in the new meta whodunnit thriller The Translators from French film director Regis Roinsard.

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Becky: Film Review

September 12, 2020 |

Kevin James ditches his goofy comedy persona to play a neo-nazi convict in this gory thriller from directors Jonathan Milott and Cary Murnion.

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Film Review: Fatima

September 11, 2020 |

Exploring the ideas of faith and the miraculous, Fatima is a touching film about belief that can’t quite escape some tired clichés and tropes.

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REVIEW: The Vigil

August 7, 2020 |

In his feature film debut, Keith Thomas gives horror fans an unnerving lesson in Jewish theology.

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Deerskin Review: Killer-Style

July 24, 2020 |

Deerskin is a brutal and hilarious dark comedy, about a man’s descent into madness over a deerskin jacket.
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REVIEW: House of Cardin

July 23, 2020 |

The principles of creative progress and the inner-workings of a design genius are presented in stylish fashion in House of Cardin.

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REVIEW: Dogs Don’t Wear Pants

July 7, 2020 |

Finnish director Jukka-Pekka Valkeapää shows the emotional vulnerability behind BDSM in this gruesomely beautiful romantic comedy.

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REVIEW: Love Sarah

July 1, 2020 |

When acclaimed baker Sarah unexpectedly dies, her daughter does what she can to make her own, and her mother’s, dreams come true in Love Sarah: a whimsically British story about grief, family, and food.

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REVIEW: Day Release

June 27, 2020 |

In thirty minutes, Day Release anatomises the heartbreak, tragedy, and fragility of motherhood. It asks, will this young mother provide a better life for her child, with only one day prove herself?

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REVIEW: The Last Ferry from Grass Island

June 23, 2020 |

Stunning cinematography feeds the raw emotions that are behind The Last Ferry from Grass Island, a short film about a former Hong Kong hitman’s past catching up with him.

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Film Review: Vivarium

April 27, 2020 |

The surreal merges with the mundane in Vivarium: a thriller all about the suffocating, horrifyingly predictable nature of suburban life.

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REVIEW: Query

April 14, 2020 |

In just nine minutes, Query presents a though-provoking exploration on the origins of sexual orientation while remaining a touching, charming and endearing story of two best friends trying to find out more about themselves and each other.

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