Miranda July

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Volcano films – ranked!
Missing the heatwave? With the release of Sara Dosa’s hotly tipped new documentary Fire of Love, we round up the most epic, exploding-mountain movies ever made

Anne Billson

21, Jul, 2022 @11:00 AM

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What connects C’mon C’mon director Mike Mills to Kevin Keegan and Suzi Quatro?
Take a trip down the rabbit hole, visiting C’mon C’mon, REM, Happy Days and the 1982 World Cup along the way

Larry Ryan

11, Dec, 2021 @1:00 PM

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Kajillionaire review – quirky crime caper
The unloved daughter of scam artists is led astray by pancakes and dancing in Miranda July’s idiosyncratic comedy drama

Simran Hans

10, Oct, 2020 @2:00 PM

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Kajillionaire review – stylish band of scammers do the trick
Miranda July’s intriguing, deadpan comedy tracks the foibles and fortunes of a dysfunctional family of grifters

Peter Bradshaw

09, Oct, 2020 @6:00 AM

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Miranda July's teenage obsessions: 'Bikini Kill were gods'
The Kajillionaire director on the allure of dripping honey, Jane Campion and Spike Lee, sex, lies and videotape, and her brother’s woodwork

Interview by Laura Snapes

08, Oct, 2020 @3:07 PM

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London film festival to be 'most accessible yet' as lineup unveiled
Organisers say they are ‘going big’ with screenings online and in independent cinemas

Mark Brown Arts correspondent

08, Sep, 2020 @9:30 AM

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Miranda July: 'There's so much anarchistic potential for self-invention right now'
The film-maker on her new movie about con artists, the trials of home-schooling, and how Roseanne Barr inspired her own early rebellion

Tim Lewis

17, May, 2020 @1:00 PM

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The most exciting movies of 2020 – crime films and thrillers
The Sopranos gets a prequel, Jennifer Lawrence jumps back into action and Jim Broadbent stars as a real-life cabbie who stole a Goya in next year’s buzziest crime capers and thrillers

Guardian Film

26, Dec, 2019 @10:50 AM

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Madeline’s Madeline review – feverish psychological thriller
A vulnerable drama student is exploited by her teacher in this experimental drama from Josephine Decker

Simran Hans

12, May, 2019 @7:00 AM

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Half the Picture: calling time on Hollywood's macho leadership cliches
Amy Adrion’s new documentary rounds up 40 film-makers, including Ava DuVernay and Lena Dunham, to talk about systemic undermining of women in Hollywood

Amy Nicholson

31, May, 2018 @3:10 PM

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Miranda July curates interfaith charity shop opening in Selfridges
Filmmaker works with Artangel and faith-based groups to celebrate ‘hope’ of charity shops inside luxury department store

Hannah Ellis-Petersen

31, Aug, 2017 @12:42 PM

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Miranda July: ‘I always jump in when there’s an injustice’
The artist, writer and director, 42, on her fear of dogs, marrying a man she didn’t mean to and why she’s always ready to step in to right a wrong

Rebecca Nicholson

11, Feb, 2017 @2:00 PM

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