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Michael Moore Returns with New Original Documentary ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’

Following on from Michael Moore’s original documentary on American politics Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004), Fahrenheit 11/9 delivers a close-up examination of the American democracy as it stands today. Which, under a microscope, does not look that great.

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‘Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist’ Documentary Film Review

Born in 1941, Vivienne Westwood describes her drive to uncover the truth from a very young age. This seems to be a recurring theme throughout this documentary, as her passion to understand and seek meaningful information in order to help the world, continues to this day (her work on climate change, clean energy and civil rights causes).

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An Affective, Challenging Documentary – ‘Ghosthunter’ Review

This film was not what I expected it to be going into it, having read or seen little regarding the thing beforehand, and I have to say, much to the film’s credit. When I hear the words “Ghosthunter”, like many people, my mind immediately jumps to the American TV series; with all its silly camera tricks, night-vision-blair-witch-faces and set-up jump-scare fakery.

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