Stefan Pape's Picks

  • Mother! Review

    In cinema one of the most engaging of elements is a filmmakers ability to provoke, to entice conversation, and have several likeminded people find themselves miles apart in their own interpretation of art, how we can all watch the same thing and yet each seem to watch something so different to the next. In that regard, Darren Aronofsky’s mother! is an astounding triumph, as a feature we can…
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  • The Hitman's Bodyguard Review

    Absurd, irreverent, playful, over the top and completely bonkers in parts – but it’s fun and engaging with it.
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  • Flickreel's Five Films You Can't Miss in August 2017

    With the award’s season behind us, and the festival season still to get into its stride, the summer months can suffer in limbo, with blockbusters littering the release schedule, and sadly, not a lot else to report. But this August has plenty to offer, and we’re running through the five films you simply don’t want to miss out on.
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  • Top 5 Family Films of 2017 so far – and the 5 we can’t wait to see…

    Here are Flickreel’s top 5 family movies of 2017 so far and the 5 we’re looking forward to coming out soon.
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Latest Movie News

  • Ciro Guerra Interview - Embrace of the Serpent; director reveals his next movie will be "like a gangster film"

    An interview with director, Ciro Guerra, about his Oscar-nominated movie Embrace of the Serpent. Guerra hints that his next picture will be “like a gangster film”…
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Latest Movie Reviews

  • Borg/McEnroe Review

    The life of Bjorn Borg has enough about it to sustain a feature length film, it’s just a shame we’d gone in expecting something entirely different.
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  • Victoria and Abdul Review

    Stephen Frears likes to study significant characters with stories to tell – but most of the time, we adopt the perspective of an outside source. Whether it be that of the journalist in Philomena and The Program, or the beleaguered other half of Florence Foster Jenkins – his films are proof that sometimes the very best to understand somebody is through somebody else. It’s a technique he’s…
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  • American Assassin Review

    As you can tell from the title to this Michael Cuesta thriller, American Assassin is a disappointingly generic endeavour, that takes an intriguing premise and sadly gives it the cliched Hollywood treatment. It’s a shame for this title studies a contemporary landscape, and a very present anxiety in the Western world following the recent influx of terrorist attacks – but fails to transcend the…
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  • Mother! Review

    In cinema one of the most engaging of elements is a filmmakers ability to provoke, to entice conversation, and have several likeminded people find themselves miles apart in their own interpretation of art, how we can all watch the same thing and yet each seem to watch something so different to the next. In that regard, Darren Aronofsky’s mother! is an astounding triumph, as a feature we can…
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Latest Movie Previews

  • Flickreel's 10 Films You Can't Miss in June 2017

    As we move further away from the award’s season, we seem to have found ourselves now entering into the blockbuster one, as producers around the world have to persuade film fans to forget about the sun shining outdoors and go spend some time in the cinema. But with this list of June releases, that shouldn’t be too hard a task – so let’s run through the 10 films you don’t want to miss this month.
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  • Movies you can't miss in May

    Our top movie picks for May 2017.
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  • Flickreel's Spring 2016 Movie Preview

    The sun may be coming out, but that shouldn’t stop you heading to the movies this spring – and Flickreel are on hand to give you 15 reasons why…
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  • Flickreel's Top Movie Picks of 2016

    Our pick of the movies we think you won’t want to miss this year.
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Latest Movie Features

  • Flickreel's Five Films You Can't Miss in September

    Nobody likes the Autumn, but at least it means we can go to the cinema with slightly less guilt knowing it’s not lovely and sunny outdoors. Though if you’re reading this in Britain – fair to say that’s not a guilt felt very often. So, if you do decide to settle in to comfy seat in a dark room near you – here’s what’s best to see this month…
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  • Flickreel's Five Films You Can't Miss in August 2017

    With the award’s season behind us, and the festival season still to get into its stride, the summer months can suffer in limbo, with blockbusters littering the release schedule, and sadly, not a lot else to report. But this August has plenty to offer, and we’re running through the five films you simply don’t want to miss out on.
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  • Top 5 Family Films of 2017 so far – and the 5 we can’t wait to see…

    Here are Flickreel’s top 5 family movies of 2017 so far and the 5 we’re looking forward to coming out soon.
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  • Top 5 Dramas of 2017 so far – and the 5 we can’t wait to see…

    So Far…

    Manchester by the Sea

    A really good drama should move and compel the viewer in equal measure and it’s something that Kenneth Lonergen’s Manchester by the Sea offers in abundance. Bringing out a career best performance from Casey Affleck, this intelligent, harrowing affair is one of the best in recent years, never mind this year.

    Jackie

    Transcending the biopic…
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Latest Movie Interviews

  • Ciro Guerra Interview - Embrace of the Serpent; director reveals his next movie will be "like a gangster film"

    An interview with director, Ciro Guerra, about his Oscar-nominated movie Embrace of the Serpent. Guerra hints that his next picture will be “like a gangster film”…
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  • Exclusive interview with Andrew Steggall on his debut feature Departure

    Presenting his debut feature film, Andrew Steggall has set down quite the marker with Departure and we had the distinct pleasure of discussing the project with man at the helm, Steggall himself.
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  • An interview with Craig Roberts on his directorial debut, Just Jim

    We interview Craig Roberts about his directorial debut, Just Jim, which he also wrote and stars in.
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  • Director Anne Fontaine on Gemma Bovery

    So what was it about Posy Simmonds’ graphic novel that inspired you to bring it to the big screen?

    I met Posy, and it started. I knew I could never adapt the masterpiece by Flaubert, but it’s amazing literature – I could never do an adaptation. So when I discovered the Posy Simmonds book, which is a fantasy about Madame Bovary, with modern characters and so amusing with an Anglo-Saxon…
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