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Cinema Scope Mag for film reviews, criticism news & comments. One of the ..
By Jordan Cronk Wilcox screens with Philip Hoffman’s vulture at TIFF Bell Lightbox on Thursday, January 16 as part of MDFF Selects: ..read more
Interviews *Anything Is Possible: Josh and Benny Safdie on Uncut Gems, by Adam Nayman A Concept of Reality: Sergei Loznitsa’s State ..read more
At this point, the Safdies are young masters of their own aesthetic, which was in formation at the time of Daddy Longlegs but felt more ..read more
Since cinema is moving toward television, and since the MCU generation is trying to actually tussle with a good fella like Martin Scorsese ..read more
By Erika Balsom. Diamonds are sharp and hard, rich in myth and violence, soaked in desire, totally under the putrid spell of money. They ..read more
By Michael Sicinski. Ja’Tovia Gary’s filmmaking is all to some extent grappling with the question of identity, particularly its ..read more
By Jay Kuehner. As the opening credits of Alexander Nanau’s Collective rolled at a screening at TIFF, a fellow critic leaned to me and ..read more
By James Lattimer. For a film that reveals its formal conceit from the outset and never deviates, Ne croyez surtout pas que je hurle is ..read more
By Josh Cabrita. William Lyon Mackenzie King, Canada’s tenth and longest-serving prime minister, is an emblem of our nation’s repressed ..read more
By Mark Peranson. Let’s call this one “Notes Towards an Editor’s Note.” I know that some of you think I’m funny like a clown and ..read more

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