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At the age of 75, critically acclaimed playwright Israel Horovitz decided to translate one of his plays into a film, his only aspiration to make “the most beautiful film [he] possibly could”. With no film experience behind him, he took … Continue reading
Villa Touma marks the directorial debut of Suha Arraf, and she brings to the screen an entertaining and somewhat surprising story of love, loss, regret and forgiveness set in Ramallah.
In her first prominent feature-length film, director and screenwriter Carol Morley brings to the screen a thought-provoking mystery drama with The Falling, an expertly crafted piece on the strange spectacle of mass psychogenic illness in countryside England.
Mel Brooks’ masterpiece horror comic spoof Young Frankenstein has left it’s mark in the history of film with its ingenious set design and cast, and a script that has become a legendary with its riotous and unforgettable collection of one-liners. Without a … Continue reading