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Kaleem Aftab


396 articles available in total starting from 01/09/2017. Last article published on 30/07/2020.

TIFF announces 50 presentations for hybrid festival, with a consistent European presence

TIFF announces 50 presentations for hybrid festival, with a consistent European presence

Co-head Cameron Bailey says the selection “reflects the tumult” of putting a festival on during coronavirus pandemic. Francis Lee, Thomas Vinterberg and François Ozon lead 20-film European presence  

30/07 | Toronto 2020

Series review: I May Destroy You

Series review: I May Destroy You

Michaela Coel writes, directs and stars in this incredible London-set drama series that takes a stunning look at consent and modern-day relationships in the aftermath of a sexual assault  

30/06 | Series | Reviews | UK/USA

The Marché du Film explores “Creating the New Normal: Intersectionality in the Film Industry”

The Marché du Film explores “Creating the New Normal: Intersectionality in the Film Industry”

CANNES 2020: Anna Serner of the SFI, Emilia Roig of the Center for Intersectional Justice, and The Black List’s Franklin Leonard call on the film industry to tackle bias on all levels  

24/06 | Cannes 2020 | Marché du Film

Review: Our Land, Our Altar

Review: Our Land, Our Altar

The debut film by Portuguese director André Guiomar looks at the human stories that are lost when terms like gentrification are normalised  

23/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2020

Review: King Rocker

Review: King Rocker

Director Michael Cumming and presenter Stewart Lee give us an endearing overview of Birmingham’s critically acclaimed but commercially ignored post-punk frontman Robert Lloyd  

22/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2020

Review: The Filmmaker's House

Review: The Filmmaker's House

Marc Isaacs lets people have conversations in his living room and kitchen in this look at filmmaking and Britain  

22/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2020

Sheffield Doc/Fest announces its official selection for 2020

Sheffield Doc/Fest announces its official selection for 2020

The gathering has revealed its line-up of films set to launch digitally in June and in cinemas in the autumn; the 115 movies of all lengths come from 50 countries and represent 49 spoken languages  

08/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2020

Review: Dating Amber

Review: Dating Amber

David Freyne's Irish-set twisted romcom is an endearing mid-90s tale of homosexuals pretending to be straight to fit in  

04/06 | Films | Reviews | Ireland/UK

Martin Scorsese reflects on isolation in his new short film

Martin Scorsese reflects on isolation in his new short film

Martin Scorsese reveals his lockdown anxiety and the fact that he has mostly spent isolation in a single room in a short made for BBC's Lockdown Culture with Mary Beard  

29/05 | Shorts | UK/USA

Review: Krabi, 2562

Review: Krabi, 2562

Ben Rivers and Anocha Suwichakornpong have created a playful scion of filmmaking, tourism and capitalism set against a beautiful Thai backdrop  

28/05 | Films | Reviews | UK/Thailand

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