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by was selected by as the Best Film of 2018. The film is in good company alongside Lee Chang-dong's lyrical "Burning" and 's nominated .
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George Addison Aug 24
Oh, yasss. Well deserved, . Would've been equally happy with , but, hallelujah, no 3 BILLBOARDS!
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Little White Lies May 23
Lucrecia Martel’s is one of the great cinematic feats of the decade – don’t miss this stunning tale of colonial misadventure in cinemas this week
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Little White Lies May 23
Lucrecia Martel is one of our favourite living directors. We spoke to her recently about her abandoned sci-fi project, and how she bought the extraordinary to the big screen
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Esther Allen Sep 18
Maria Vargas Llosa & “a novelist,” Congreso de la Nueva Narrativa Hispana, Bogotá. Antonio Di Benedetto needs no identification because he was editor of Los Andes, the Mendoza paper where the photo & accompanying article appeared. (9/22/1974)
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NadjaBee Kinefile May 24
- Lucretia Martel’s superb take on an Argentinian cult classic. Mordantly funny; deadpan satire. Watch out for the lama - he might be Vicuña Porto in disguise. My review
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Maria M Delgado May 22
2nite the Lucrecia Martel season continues with 20.20pm & a short post-screening Q&A about the film. A film described by Martel as 'science fiction that deactivates the historical epic'. A brutal, brilliant & at times almost surreal work about colonialism & its legacy
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Smyrna Sister City Jul 15
Sister city students have arrived in Tokyo!
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Dumisani Maluleke Jan 30
Can SAPS please hand over 's case to look how quick he solved 's murder
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Andrew Bannister Mar 28
Here’s my new poster art for Lucrecia Martel’s out in UK and Ireland cinemas in May from
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NZ Int Film Festival May 9
Long-awaited from one of the greats, the brilliant Argentinian auteur Lucrecia Martel returns with a feverish, formally sophisticated period piece about a Spanish officer’s personal hell in colonial South America.
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Wexner Center Dec 13
A great list bookended by two films seen exclusively in Columbus at with visits from the filmmakers.
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The Film Stage 📽 Nov 17
Two of the year's best films, Lucrecia Martel's and Carla Simón's , are now streaming on Amazon Prime:
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Sight & Sound May 28
“Scratch the surface veneer and displays many of the traits that have marked Martel as one of the 21st century’s most audacious filmmakers”: Maria Delgado reviews our film of the week ☞
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NadjaBee Kinefile May 25
To everyone, not just millennials! As says, go see . This weekend. If you need convincing, my review is here
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Peter Cox May 27
Art house cinema fans rejoice. Lucrecia Martel returns with , a farcical takedown of colonialism. My review:
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Ian Bulaclac Aug 10
Now I wish I saw last year at NYFF after that discussion. But didn’t expect some animosity towards
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Chad Sogas May 8
So lucky to see Zama at during their Lucrecia Martel film series She continues to be a master of sight and sound! Such a good movie
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Smyrna Sister City Jun 14
If you are between 13-17 & live in Smyrna or go to a Smyrna school you could apply for our next exchange. We start taking app’s in Sept 2018!
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PINNLAND EMPIRE 22h
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