2016 at the cinema
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23 November 2015
Photo: Mark Lee
As we approach the end of the year we look ahead to the films that will be illuminating cinema screens around the globe in 2016. We discuss the ones to watch for next year’s awards season and film critics Karen Krizanovich and Tim Robey predict who will be taking home the big prizes this year. Plus: we head to the Bertha DocHouse for its documentary picks.
23 November 2015
Photo: Mark Lee
Film critics Karen Krizanovich and Tim Robey talk Robert Bound through the year ahead in cinema. Are we ready for the return of the Western? Will superheroes continue to reign supreme? Can the Coen Brothers make a better comedy than ‘The Big Lebowski’? All is revealed...
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We nip out of the studio and down to the Bertha DocHouse, the only cinema screen dedicated to documentaries in the UK. Programming manager Chloe Trayner talks us through some releases she’s looking forward to next year.
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