Tag Archives: 2015

Hail, GFF!

Glasgow Film Festival is here again, hip-fucking-hooray. Right away, you can tell it’s another good year for good-gets. Hail, Caesar! and Anomalisa are both highly-anticipated releases and even if their bookend appearances at GFF’s opening and closing galas are kind of glorified advance … Continue reading

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Physical Impossibility’s Favourite Films of 2015

I saw a gazillion brand-new films in 2015, and discovered or revisited a gazillion older films too. I enjoyed slogging through submissions for Glasgow Film Festival, previewed the festival for their blog, then saw many more films during the festival itself. Later in the year, … Continue reading

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Matchbox Cineclub #12: Spaceballs

Love Star Wars? Missed out on tickets for The Force Awakens on opening night? Or maybe you HATE Star Wars? Want to escape the onslaught? We’re excited to announce that Matchbox’s final screening of 2015, on the very day Episode VII … Continue reading

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An Evening with Frederick Wiseman

Last week, I was lucky enough to attend An Evening with Frederick Wiseman at New York’s Museum of the Moving Image, hosted by MOMI’s chief curator, David Schwartz. Over a couple hours, the fleet and sharp-witted 85-year-old held forth on his practice and … Continue reading

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9999 | Document Film Festival 2015

For me, Ellen Vermeulen’s 9999 (2014) is the key film of Document – International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival 2015. That’s perhaps a less grand claim than it seems, so let me explain why. This was my first year on … Continue reading

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