Pics: Kristen Stewart, Anthony Mackie and Margaret Qualley promote Seberg at the Venice Film Festival

Tonight will mark the world premiere of Benedict Andrews‘ Seberg – a biographical drama about actress Jean Seberg – at the Venice Film Festival.

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The Perfect Candidate: Venice Film Review

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There are only two female directors in the 2019 Venice Film Festival competition and one of those is The Perfect Candidate’s Haifaa Al-Mansour, who brings us an inspiring look at a young woman finding her voice in Saudi Arabia.

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Ad Astra: Venice Film Review

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A sci-fi starring Brad Pitt?! Yes, please! Ad Astra – along with Joker – was at the very top of my list for this year’s Venice Film Festival as I had been excited for it for quite some time, but, in all honesty, I don’t really know what to make of it. It’s good, but not at all what I expected.

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Marriage Story: Venice Film Review

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I’m a big fan of Noah Baumbach films, as well as Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver, so Marriage Story was the perfect combination for me and I’m pleased to report it really, really delivers.

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Pics: Brad Pitt, Liv Tyler and Ruth Negga promote Ad Astra at the Venice Film Festival

Today is the world premiere of James Gray‘s sci-fi epic Ad Astra, starring Brad Pitt, Liv Tyler and Ruth Negga, at the Venice Film Festival.

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The Informer: Film Review

I don’t go much on Joel Kinnaman but I’m glad I didn’t let that stop me watching The Informer because I actually really liked it.

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The Souvenir: Film Review

The Souvenir got rave reviews at the Sundance Film Festival, where it won the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize, so I went in expecting brilliance and I honestly don’t see what all the fuss is about.

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Crawl: Film Review

When I saw the trailer for Crawl I thought it was going to be pure trash. But you know what? It was pretty damn entertaining!

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Pain and Glory: Film Review

Antonio Banderas won the Best Actor prize at the Cannes Film Festival for his role in Pedro Almodovar‘s Pain and Glory earlier this year and now I can see why. What a terrific performance!

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Highlights from the Stanley Kubrick exhibition at the Design Museum

If you’re a fan of Stanley Kubrick – or even if you’re a fan of design or filmmaking – then it’s definitely worth heading to London’s Design Museum to check out the exhibition.

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