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LA RIOT zoekt versterking!

Wij zijn op zoek naar mensen tussen de 18 en 25 die onze liefde voor film delen en hier op hun eigen manier een verbintenis aan kunnen leggen. Vorm jij snel een mening over film? en vind je het leuk om deze openbaar te maken voor een groter publiek? Dan ben jij ons nieuwe redactielid!

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The Whale

I recently watched the latest Aronofsky film, The Whale. He managed to dismantle a new tabou by bringing up a murky subject that I’ve personally infrequently seen in movies. It is about Charlie, a severely obese English teacher hiding in his apartment awaiting death. With one final attempt at atonement, he is desperate to get […]

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Tár

Tár is the latest film by Todd Field, for whom the life of musicians has always been a subject matter of interest, with biopics of Karen Carpenter in Superstar (1988), David Bowie in Velvet Goldmine (1998), as well as I’m Not There (2007), a nonlinear, poetic film where Cate Blanchett, along with five other actors, […]

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Bones and Names

The past weekend saw the closing of Berlinale 2023, one of the “big three” film festivals in the world. I had the chance to travel to Berlin last week and stayed for three days, seeing a total of 8 films, including the festival’s opening film She Came to Me and the world premiere of Manodrome […]

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Godland

As a big fan of Scandinavian cinema, I was really looking forward to the premiere of this film. Godland is definitely worth a watch, and not only for lovers of cinema of this origin. This film was slow, extremely beautiful and made me want to buy a ticket to Iceland as soon as I left […]

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The Eight Mountains

I was surprised to discover that the recently released The Eight Mountains is an adaptation of a novel, written in 2016 by Paolo Cognetti. The film seemed more like a product of the pandemic, tackling themes of loneliness, self-discovery and reconnecting with ‘what truly matters’, something many felt over the last couple years.  Perhaps those […]

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The Fabelmans

We expect the best from the best. In our heads, we create the image of an infallible genius who will exceed our expectations each time, thus materializing our belief in his outstanding skills. However, despite the predictions and assumptions of many fantastic minds as well, we do not live in a futuristic-dystopian society with superhuman […]

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A Man Called Otto

Based on the best-selling novel by Fredrik Backman, A Man Called Otto is a tale of love, loneliness, and friendship. Director Marc Forster enriches the story with contemporary issues, such as gender identity and the complexities of modern families, differing from the 2015 Swedish version A Man Called Owe. A Man Called Otto is a […]

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LA RIOT presenteert: EO

Vrijdag 3 maart om 21:00 presenteert LA RIOT de film EO van regisseur Jerzy Skilimowski.   🎪🎠🎢 Friday the 3rd of March LA RIOT presents EO from director Jerzy Skolimowski. Save the date!

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All The Beauty And The Bloodshed

The Tate, the National Gallery in London, the Louvre, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim. What do these galleries and museums have in common besides being the most popular and well known art centers in the world? Nan Goldin with P.A.I.N. (Prescription Addiction Intervention Now) organized protests at all of these galleries to achieve […]

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The Banshees of Inisherin

Director Martin McDonagh’s The Banshees of Inisherin, starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson, received a 13-minute standing ovation when it premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 2022. Since then, it went on to be praised as one of the best films of the year, as well as being nominated for 9 Academy Awards. Although […]

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