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I Am Not Your Negro review: race, rage and the American Dream
Raoul Peck’s fluid documentary uses the timeless anger of James Baldwin to animate his history of the black experience in America, from Hollywood stereotypes to police brutality, writes Violet Lucca.
Monday, December 4, 2017
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Film of the week: The Wonders
Alice Rohwacher’s second feature conjures a teenager’s delights and desires against the waning of a less than Arcadian way of life, says Violet Lucca.
Saturday, July 18, 2015
A pantheon of one’s own: 25 female film critics worth celebrating
A selection of critics and curators each nominate a vital female voice in film criticism, with an example of their writing.
Sunday, March 8, 2015
Film of the week: Cold in July
…and dark in Texas: Violet Lucca hails an 80s-set horror-thriller with ideas from the increasingly impressive team of Jim Mickle and co-screenwriter Nick Damici.
Friday, June 27, 2014
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