Daniel Melville Jones reflects on his interview with Karam Gill, director of G-Funk…

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These capsule reviews are part of an ongoing series covering films appearing in the 2017 Calgary Underground Film Festival, published simultaneously with www.danielmelvilljones.com. For a guide to this year’s CUFF, click here. For full reviews on Reel World Theology of…

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Some Freaks is an astonishing debut that cuts deep, shattering open the high school drama of the misfits falling in love narrative to reveal a longing for human connection. This review is part of an ongoing series covering films appearing…

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Australian Ben Young’s debut film,┬áHounds of Love, is a sordid, intense feature of survival in 1980’s suburban Perth. Starring Ashleigh Cummings as Vicky Malone, a young, teenage schoolgirl abducted by a deranged, serial killer couple (Emma Booth and Stephen Curry),…

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Reel World Theology is represented at the Calgary Underground Film Festival (CUFF) by Daniel Melville Jones and Joshua Crabb. This post serves as your guide for what to look for if you’re in attendance. Check back here regularly for updates……

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While featuring bold style choices and exceptionally creative animation, the increasingly dark violence directed at students spoiled My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea. This review is part of an ongoing series covering films appearing in the 2017 Calgary…

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The Art Life is an engrossing and richly textured mediation on the correlation between one’s life and one’s art, with much to offer both fans and strangers of the director’s work. This review is part of an ongoing series covering…

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