Tag Archives: Sarah Gavron

Cinema Review – Suffragette

In London of 1912, Maud Watts (Carey Mulligan) finds herself drawn out of her quiet life with her husband and child, and into the struggle of the women campaigning for the vote, and in the process, loses everything. Continue reading

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BFI London Film Festival Review – Village At The End of The World

Niaqornat is a tiny Greenlandic village that, at the time of filming, had 59 inhabitants. Village At The End of The World takes a year in the life of the community and looks at the struggles its people face – including the only teenager in the area, and those who do not speak to one another even though they see each another every day – and those that the community face in order to survive. Continue reading

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