British Cinema Enters the Roman Arena
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British Cinema Enters the Roman Arena

Isabelle Cases has introduced us to an adventure she has been living for the last twenty years, the British Screen Festival. An event centered around screen productions from all over Great Britain. An introspection into the challenges of presenting a small British film festival in a small French city and how they can be overcome … Continue reading

<i>Deliverance</i> (1972): A Journey through the Vanishing Wilderness
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Deliverance (1972): A Journey through the Vanishing Wilderness

Both in content and form, duality is at the core of John Boorman’s Deliverance, with its fierce opposition between the “System” and the “Wilderness”. So let the current push you into this uncompromising and unforgettable masterpiece, this modern account of exploitation. As the screen becomes black and the Warner Brothers logo appears, friendly laughters can … Continue reading