Review: The Fash Life

Directed by Rebecca Hu and co-written with creator and star Lisa Valeria Morgan, a look inside the lives of your favourite influencers, see what really happens behind the scenes of that “perfect” Instagram shot and learn the latest fashion, beauty and lifestyle tips and trends. Also starring: Ashley Dulaney, Daphne Blunt, Sheree Ho, Elizabeth Keene, Kali Kirk, Sydne Summer, Maryam Ghafarinia, Mhairi Morrison, Lilian Tahmasian, Linda Kang and Merlin White.

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Review: Girls’ School

Directed by Lee Mi-Mi and written by Chiu Hsui-chuan, Chih-Ting and Chia-Lin, two students at a girls’ high school, have been close friends for years. But their relationship comes under intense scrutiny when their classmates start a rumour that they’re a lesbian couple. Starring: Tien Niu, Shen Yan, Chou Dan-Wei and Chin Han.

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Review: The Burning Sea

Directed by John Andreas Andersen and written by Harald Rosenløw-Eeg and Lars Gudmestad, an oil platform dramatically goes down on the Norwegian coast. When researchers try to find out what happened, they realize this is just the start of something even more serious. Starring: Kristine Kujath Thorp, Henrik Bjelland, Rolf Kristian Larsen, Anders Baasmo Christiansen, Bjørn Floberg, Anneke von der Lippe, Christoffer Staib, Ane Skumsvoll, Cengiz Al and Nils Elias Olsen.

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Review: I Am a Camera

Directed by Henry Cornelius and written by John Collier, Berlin, the 1930s, a young English writer arrives in the city and takes to sharing a flat with vivacious nightclub singer Sally Bowles. Together they experience the mad swirl of bohemian life and dream of the successes that will be theirs in the future. Starring: Julie Harris, Laurence Harvey, Shelley Winters, Ron Randell, Lea Seidl, Anton Diffring and Ina De La Haye.

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Review: The Third Solar Term

Written and directed by Zhanfei Song, shortly after The Third Solar Term of the Chinese Calendar (the Awakening of Insects), Qizhe returns home to spend his spring break with his mother. After meeting a man who he originally met online, he begins to lose control of his double life – one which is living true to himself, and the other, which is pretending to be the perfect son. Starring: Fengyi Xing, Zhu Zhu, Le Duo and Renzhuo Bai.

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Review: Harold & Mary

Written and directed by Stephen Gallacher, Harold and Mary are in their fiftieth year of marriage, unfortunately the cracks in their relationship start to show as a disease takes hold of Harold and tests the very foundations of their love. Starring: Phyllis Logan, Dermot Crowley, Maddie Rice, Simon Manyonda, Gracy Goldman and Jordan Dawes.

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Review: Coalesce

Written and directed by Jessé Miceli, in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, there are three young men. Songsa came to help sell clothes, Thy wants a motorcycle but doesn’t have the money and Phearum drives a taxi, but there is no way to pay off his debt. What is the fate that lies before those who have to pursue money and dreams in a difficult reality?. Starring: Eang Phearum, Sek Songsa, Rom Rithy, Nicól Bear and Vann Lek.

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Review: The Innocents

Written and directed by Eskil Vogt, during the bright Nordic summer, a group of children reveal their dark and mysterious powers when the adults aren’t looking. In this original and gripping supernatural thriller, playtime takes a dangerous turn. Starring: Rakel Lenora Fløttum, Alva Brynsmo Ramstad, Sam Ashraf, Mina Yasmin Bremseth Asheim, Ellen Dorrit Petersen and Morten Svartveit.

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