5 films to look out for this autumn // Dutch Girl in London

5 Films to Look Forward to this Autumn

With the shorter days and fickle weather these last days, there’s no escaping that autumn is coming. And what better way to escape from the gloomy outside world than immersing yourself in the magic of cinema? Get some great film tips in today’s post about 5 films to look forward to this autumn!

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Memory Origins of Alien Ridley Scott documentary

Memory: The Origins of Alien

What is your favourite science fiction film? Mine is Ridley Scott’s ‘Alien’. Just like me, this iconic film turned 40 this year. And to celebrate this special event, director Alexandre O. Philippe made the documentary ‘Memory: The Origins of Alien’, showing never-before-seen materials, interviews and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage.

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Best films of 2018 // Dutch Girl in London

On My Watchlist: My 2018 in Film and TV

From an eerily silent apocalyptic sci-fi to a thriller that feels like a Shakespearean tragedy, from new insights into Viking culture to an African American police officer who infiltrates the Ku Klux Klan: find out my Top 10 Films and Series of 2018 and what other 208 (!) films and series I’ve seen this year so far!

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The Clock by Christian Marclay // Dutch Girl in London

(Don’t) Stop ‘The Clock’: Watch Time Tick Away on the Big Screen

Could you imagine watching a 24-hour long film without a main plot and with clocks as its main protagonists? Although this principle might sound like it could be a tedious ordeal, Christian Marclay’s impressive video collage ‘The Clock’ consisting of about 12,000 film and television clips actually makes for an unforgettable experience. This special video work opened at Tate Modern on Friday 14 September and I went to see it yesterday morning, spending four hours in Christian Marclay’s carefully curated cinematic world.

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Film review 'Filmworker' // Dutch Girl in London

Film Review: ‘Filmworker’ – Meet Leon Vitali, the Hidden Figure Behind Stanley Kubrick

How far would you go to be able to work with someone you admire? Would you give up your own promising career in the spotlight only to disappear behind the scenes, without getting any credits despite the painful amount of blood, sweat and tears you put into your work? Meet actor Leon Vitali, he dedicated his life to the work of Stanley Kubrick and was his right-hand man for 20 years. Tony Zierra’s documentary ‘Filmworker’ tells the untold story of Vitali, the hidden figure behind one of the most celebrated directors in film history.

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