Orlando

Sally Potter is one of Britain’s busiest multimedia directors, but her work rarely reaches mainstream audiences. Her adaptation of a gender-bending novel by Virginia Woolf is unlikely to be any different, says Charlie Phillips

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Sex is Comedy

Sex is Comedy

Catherine Breillat’s new film revisits a scene from a previous movie, and makes it into the subject of a fictional ‘making-of’ documentary. Edward Lamberti thinks it’s a bit too clever for its own good

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Wrong Turn

Wrong Turn

Six stranded teenagers, an isolated forest, and enough twisted hicks to fill a country log cabin. It should be the roadmap to the perfect slasher movie – but Wrong Turn is off-course from the start, says Paul Clarke

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Max

This new film from the writer of The Colour Purple has stirred up a storm of controversy for its portrayal of the young Adolf Hitler as an angry young artist in post-WWI Munich. Antonio Pasolini wonders what all the fuss is about

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To Kill A King

To Kill A King

Oliver Cromwell’s problems with the royalists were nothing compared to the financial troubles that beset this British film. Charlie Phillips reviews a civil war story that fails to live up to its promise

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The Tribeca Film Festival 2003

The Tribeca Film Festival 2003

The Tribeca Film Festival was founded in 2002 by Robert de Niro to revitalise the Tribeca area of New York after the events of September 11th. Now with a new director at the helm, Thessa Mooij reports on the festival’s second year

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8 Mile

8 Mile

Not content with being one of the world’s most successful recording artists, with Curtis Hanson’s 8 Mile, Marshall Mathers made his first move into the world of film. Paul Clarke enjoys Eminem’s latest incarnation as the Rocky of rap

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Network

With the nation currently glued to their television screens to watch a bunch of very ordinary people doing very little, it’s a good time for Edward Lamberti to look back at one of Hollywood’s sharpest media satires – Sidney Lumet’s Network

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