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Victoria (2015)

A revolution in cinematic history, Victoria tells the story of a girl on a night out in Berlin – but incredibly, it’s filmed continuously in one single take. Yet, aside from its technical achievement, the film showcases amazing talent, fantastic plot and beautiful cinematography.

Willa Hope

Rhymes for Young Ghouls (2013)

This is a soulful revenge tragedy about a teenaged, American aboriginal drug dealer. You’d be surprised how much playfulness is brought to a story that depicts the systematic persecution of North American Natives, drug addiction and suicide, but the comedy here is far from distasteful and helps to introduce us to a shattered and marginalised world. The movie stars and was written by First Nations and deals with one of America’s most taboo subjects with unparalleled grace and beauty.

Louis Pigeon-Owen

Groundhog Day (1993)

Groundhog Day is one to watch again and again and again….no joke intended. With the ever Scrooge-like Bill Murray and the gorgeous Andie McDowall, it tells the story of a miserable man who is destined to live one day over and over again. Funny, cringe, emotional; this is the finest of feel good films.

Willa Hope


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