SOMEWHERE QUIET (Tribeca 2023) – Review by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

Weaving passive aggression, casual racism and a whole lot of indefinable but omnipresent bad vibes, Somewhere Quiet is a masterclass in suspense – not the big, bombastic Hitchcockian sense, but that awful, insidious lo-fi rumbling kind that suffocates with an insidious yet persistent creep. Jennifer Kim once again proves that she is a cult superstar waiting to happen in this career-defining performance, perfectly embodying the long tail of trauma as it ricochets through her body and mind.

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TRIBECA FILM FEST 2023: Women and Horror – Preview by Alexandra Heller Nicholas

If you are looking for tangible evidence that film festivals are taking equity seriously, the stats surrounding the forthcoming 2023 Tribeca Festival are a good place to start. With 68% of films in competition directed by women and 36% of all features directed by BIPOC filmmakers, when these numbers are weighed up next to the high calibre names it’s frankly hard not to be impressed.

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SHE DIES TOMORROW- review by Liz Whittemore

In Amy Seimetz’s newest film, sadness is palpable. That really is the entire premise of the film. The idea of impending death spreads like a disease. Hauntingly scored, She Dies Tomorrow puts you into a state of foreboding from the very first image.

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