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DN LFF2013: Hide Your Smiling Faces – Daniel Patrick Carbone

Playing out over a nature rich, fragmented dreamlike structure, Daniel Patrick Carbone’s first feature Hide Your Smiling Faces beautifully brings the spiritual

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LFF2013: Joe Swanberg Talks Directing, Acting & Getting His Bigger Budget Brew on for ‘Drinking Buddies’

With his new film Drinking Buddies, mumblecore pioneer Joe Swanberg returns for the sixth time to the London Film Festival. The film is Swanberg’s fifteenth

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DN LFF2013: Salvo – Fabio Grassadonia & Antonio Piazza

Making the jump from writers and script consultants to the tandem directors’ chair, Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza channelled their frustrations from years

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DN LFF2013: The Enemy Within – Yorgos Tsemberopoulos

In Yorgos Tsemberopoulos’ 5th feature The Enemy Within, an intellectual is forced to re-evaluate his assumptions when violence invades his home and shakes his

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London Film Festival 2013: Roundup

As I sit writing this roundup on the final day of this year’s London Film Festival, I feel the air around me haunted by a strange sense of mediocrity.

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DN LFF2013: Lifelong – Asli Özge

Director Asli Özge switches from the documentary style we saw in her debut feature Men on the Bridge back at the London Film Festival 2009 for the more measured,

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DN LFF2013: Short Term 12 – Destin Daniel Cretton

Adapted from his earlier successful short of the same name, Destin Daniel Cretton’s feature Short Term 12 tells the story of a 20-something supervising staff

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DN LFF2013: Luton – Michalis Konstantatos

Director Michalis Konstantatos’ debut feature Luton, depicts the mundanity of three seemingly unrelated lives, which are brought together by a deeply visceral

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DN LFF2013: Sixteen – Rob Brown

It’s been a little over three years since DN alumni Rob Brown spoke to us about his short film Silent Things, but even back then the seeds of his feature debut,

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DN LFF2013: Youth – Tom Shoval

Tom Shoval’s debut feature Youth shows the desperate lengths two brothers from a newly poor Israeli middle class family go to in an effort to help their parents

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DN LFF2013: See You Next Tuesday – Drew Tobia

Definitely the only film screening at this year’s London Film Festival which promises that the whole family can enjoy cutting themselves to it; Drew Tobia’s

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DN LFF2013: Ilo Ilo – Anthony Chen

Already an art house hit in France and his native Singapore, Anthony Chen’s debut feature Ilo Ilo pulls inspiration from his younger experiences of family life

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