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Vuk Lungulov-Klotz’s Remarkable Trans Drama ‘Mutt’ – Deadline read full article at

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Though trans rights are actually the topic of a simmering tradition conflict in America and the U.Ok., that battle is essentially predicated on the growing visibility of trans ladies at a time the place self-ID is controversially changing into the norm. Tales of trans males, nevertheless, are inclined to go …

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Kitchen-Sink Whimsy In Charlotte Regan’s ‘Scrapper’ – Deadline read full article at

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The price of dwelling disaster has hit the U.Ok. arduous, however you wouldn’t guess from the trio of movies screening within the official choice at Sundance. Rye Lane, in Premieres, is a goofy love story set in south London; Woman, in World Dramatic, is a young parent-child drama set in …

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Danny Philippou and Michael Philippou’s ‘Talk To Me’ – Deadline read full article at

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Children shouldn’t play with dead things: not just the title of a low-budget American horror from 1972 but words to live by, especially in this unnerving and highly effective Midnight entry from Australia. But though it employs some familiar tropes — high-schoolers dabble in the occult and soon begin to …

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A Stunning Story Of A Troubled Life – Deadline read full article at


It’s a backhanded compliment to Sundance to see such an emotionally stunning film as Belgian director Veerle Baetens’ When It Melts, which premiered tonight in the festival’s World Cinema Dramatic Competition, and wonder, right away, why a film of this power won’t be debuting in the official selection at Cannes …

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Daina Reid’s ‘Run Rabbit Run’ – Deadline read full article at

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“Can people come back?” asks Mia, the cute little girl whose increasingly hair-raising antics are the crux of this atmospheric Midnight premiere from Australia. From the dead, she means, and it’s a macabre thought that Daina Reid’s effective but perhaps overlong debut feature film plays with quite tantalizingly, right until …

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Laura Moss’ Midnight Section Sundance Film – Deadline read full article at

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Following in the slipstream of Shudder’s surprise hit Skinamarink, Laura Moss’ birth/rebirth is a similarly non-conforming horror, this time one that prioritizes its intriguing but somewhat underdeveloped conceit above the traditional trappings of its genre. Very loosely inspired by Mary Shelley’s 19th century novel Frankenstein, the film centers on a …

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Ashley Sabin And David Redmon’s Documentary – Deadline read full article at

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Premiering on the first day of the Sundance Film Festival, Kim’s Video is the perfect Sundance documentary, a playful and intelligent film that teases one thing and delivers quite another. Just as 2012’s Searching for Sugar Man set out to find a missing soul singer and uncovered a secret history …

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