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New Releases: The Work

Folsom State Prison in California is home to “The Work”, a program that mixes both prisoners and members of the public together over the course of four days to take part in a group therapy session. There’s no “one size fits all” approach here. Every single person comes with an idea or goal, and the […]

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New Releases: Three Days in Auschwitz

From Philippe Mora, the director behind Swastika, Snide and Prejudice and German Sons, comes this no-frills albeit personal documentary about his visit to Auschwitz. A French-born Australian of Jewish descent, Mora had previously avoided going to the camp due to the sheer unparalleled horror of the place and the events associated with it. After discovering […]

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Brilliant Failure: Fatal Instinct (Carl Reiner, 1993)

The parody/spoof genre has gone from strength to strength across both TV and film, but to pinpoint exactly where it began is a difficult task. No doubt its success over the last 20 years was ignited by the popularity of Police Squad, which morphed into Airplane and Naked Gun, and subsequently spawned many imitators looking […]