Review: Hotel Poseidon

Written and directed by Stefan Lernous, Dave reluctantly pretends to be the manager of Hotel Poseidon, where fungus covers the walls and comments such as “faded glory” and “has seen better times” completely fall short to describe this establishment. He wanders the corridors of his personal Overlook Hotel like a zombie, being a passive spectator to what happens around him. Starring: Tom Vermeir, Ruth Becquart, Anneke Sluiters, Tania Van der Sanden, Dominique Van Malder, Chiel Van Berkel, Tine Van den Wyngaert and Steve Geerts.

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Review: The Real Charlie Chaplin

Written and directed by Peter Middleton and James Spinney, co-written by Oliver Kindeberg, a look at the life and work of Charlie Chaplin in his own words featuring an in-depth interview he gave to Life magazine in 1966. Narrated by Pearl Mackie and starring: Jeff Rawle, Paul Ryan, Anne Rosenfeld, Dominic Marsh, Paul Leonard, Eben Young and Haley Flaherty.

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Review: Crazy Hat Fridays

Written and directed by Lorenzo Benitez, as the world locks down, Frank (Zak Benedek) retreats into total isolation, refusing to leave his apartment to accept even deliveries. While working from home, Frank’s boss suggests that, for as long as quarantine lasts, they end each week with “Crazy Hat Friday”, which Frank embraces.

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Review: As a Prelude to Fear

Written and directed by Steph Du Melo and co-written by Jacob Coen and Roger Wyatt (who also stars), when Eve gets kidnapped and imprisoned in a dungeon-like basement, the police believe it is the work of the notorious Pied Piper. Starring: Francis Magee, Lara Lemon, Lucy Drive, Melissa Hollett, Jamie Langlands and Tom Clear.

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Review: C.A.M.

Written and directed by Steph Du Melo, co-directed by Larry Downing, a rare parasite has contaminated a local meat processing plant and tactical police are sent in, but all is not what it appears. Starring: Charlotte Curwood, Tom Ware, Jamie Langlands, Michael Swatton, Peter Rayfield, Daniel Jeary, David Stopp, Robert Daniel Kolscar and Roger Wyatt.

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