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Cook F**K Kill

An absurdist take on a day-in-the-life, Mira Fornay’s drama COOK F**K KILL produces some complex narrative strands and attempts to deliver a deep take-home message. COOK F**K KILL explores the relationship dynamics within a dysfunctional family, with particular emphasis on masculinity, domestic violence and questions of identity. While captivating and innovative in the most part, … Continue reading Cook F**K Kill


A sprawling and ambitious project involving nine female filmmakers from the South Pacific region, VAI is a superb achievement. The film manages to communicate the essence of common experiences whilst retaining cultural specificity. That the collection achieves this with a visual vibrancy and tonal coherence makes it all the more remarkable. The film’s team describe … Continue reading Vai