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The Singularity of I, Daniel Blake


Can death signify in its singularity or is it always entrenched in a political context? Toby Bull examines Ken Loach’s Palme d’Or winning film I, Daniel Blake in the light of its political setting and contrasts Blake’s death with Gianfranco Rosi’s Gold Bear winning Fire at Sea, a documentary about the mass death of European migrant.

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Son of Saul


When do we reach the limits of representability, freedom and language? Christine Jakobson turns to László Nemes’ debut film Son of Saul, which won him the Grand Prix at Cannes and best foreign language film at the Oscars, challenging questions concerning identity, while confronting the liminality between possibility and impossibility, individuality and universality.

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Xavier Dolan's Mommy


What is it that makes Xavier Dolan's Mommy, the latest work of one of cinema's youngest and most prolific directors, a contemporary masterpiece? Film critic Emilija Talijan explores how Dolan creates a film that lives and breathes, remembers and foreshadows and leaves you with an unforgettable experience.

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