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Mother: Life is Messy

We speak with documentarian Kristof Bilsen about his latest film, which follows a Thai woman who looks after Westerners afflicted with Alzheimer’s.
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John Milius, Film Critic

Who is the most quotable filmmaker of them all? Quentin Tarantino would be the modern-day favourite; Kevin Smith, Nora Ephron and Billy Wilder have their fans. But a strong argument could also be made for John Milius, the legendary writer-producer-director whose credits include Apocalypse Now, Jeremiah Johnson, The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean, The Wind and the Lion, Big Wednesday, Conan the Barbarian and Red Dawn – as well as uncredited work on the scripts for Dirty Harry, Jaws and The Hunt for Red October, among others.
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The Truth about Hirokazu Kore-Eda

The prolific Palme d'Or winning Japanese filmmaker, who does not speak French, tells us how he wrote and directed a highly acclaimed French film with the universal language of cinema.
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Simon Baker: Blown Open

Having recently released his directorial debut Breath, Simon Baker became a kind of student of cinema at the Marrakech International Film Festival, taking in as many films and masterclasses as he could.