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  • Takeover
  • The Vandal
  • Egúngún (Masquerade)
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  • How to Die Young in Manila

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  • Do Not Feed The Pigeons

    Do Not Feed The Pigeons

    Do Not Feed The Pigeons is now screening at the 1st Academy of Death Racers Film Festival until the 30th of January 2022. Get your virtual passes now by visiting our website.

    SPECIAL PRESENTATION: It’s 2am in a sad coach station like any other. A collection of tired and lonely travellers are waiting for the last coach. Somehow, in that cold and depressing place, the resident pigeons manage to create a magical connection between them for a beautiful instant. Longlisted for the 2022 BAFTAs for Best Animated Short Film, Do Not Feed The Pigeons is now playing at the AODR Festival.

  • You Are My Sunshine

    You Are My Sunshine

    You Are My Sunshine [World Premiere] is now screening at the 1st Academy of Death Racers Film Festival until the 30th of January 2022. Get your virtual passes now by visiting our website.

    The affectionate story of the lifelong romance between Tom and Joe, from their first humble meeting in the 1970s, a world only just waking up to homosexuality, through to their heartbreaking final days, decades later. You Are My Sunshine is nominated for Best LGBTQ+ Film (short or feature) at the AODR Film Festival.

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  • Listening to Kenny G

    Listening to Kenny G

    Reviewed by Jeff

    5/5 stars

    Kenny G is a pop musician. He's the most successful instrumental artist of all time. He wrote "Songbird", a song every child knows by heart. He wrote "Going Home", a song so iconic, the entire country of China uses it to signify the end of the workday. He's collaborated with everyone from Kanye West to The Weeknd to Katy Perry to Michael Bolton.

    Kenny G is a jazz musician. He near-single-handedly created the genre we…

  • Petite Maman

    Petite Maman

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Reviewed by Rachel

    ★★★★★

    Did I want you? Yes.  

    Incredibly moving. This movie tricked me into going to therapy for an hour.

    It is so single-minded, almost like a short film, but I mean this as praise, not criticism. When I realized what the movie was trying to communicate to me, I was overcome; I did not foresee how emotional it would make me. Even though I had predicted the plot itself, the actuality of it on its own was…