Tangerine

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Cage fights, chat shows, train platforms: the strangest places films have found their stars
Looking to cast a new film sensation? Then visit a prison, look at Instagram or head to a station. Because that’s where these future stars were hanging out

Graeme Virtue

08, Nov, 2017 @11:26 AM

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Celluloid is strictly for nostalgists. Digital technology saved a dying medium
Those who mourn the passing of 35mm forget what a closed club film-making was, and overlook how vital and creative digital cinema has become

Danny Leigh

07, Jul, 2016 @1:03 PM

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Trans mission: how to tell our stories on stage and screen
When a cisgender person tells a trans story, the potential for damage is high. This #Idahot, trans writer Fury discusses why it’s important to get it right

Fury

17, May, 2016 @7:03 AM

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#OscarsSoMainstream: why have this year's choices snubbed independent cinema?
Unlike in recent years, the 2016 Independent Spirit award nominees have deviated from the Oscar picks, showing that the Academy is moving further towards populist choices

Benjamin Lee

28, Jan, 2016 @5:36 PM

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Oscars 2016: what will lead the nominations and who will surprise?
With the nominations for the 88th Academy Awards to be revealed on Thursday, here’s a look at what might make the cut, including some major surprises

Nigel M Smith in Los Angeles

13, Jan, 2016 @12:37 PM

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Caitlyn Jenner to lead Oscar campaign for Tangerine's transgender star
Jenner is spearheading a movement to honour Mya Taylor, potentially in contention in the best supporting actress category for her role as a transgender prostitute in Sundance hit Tangerine

Catherine Shoard

28, Dec, 2015 @8:23 AM

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Mya Taylor: the transgender actor who could make Hollywood history
The star of Sean Baker’s Tangerine, a former sex worker, is now tipped to be the first transgender actor ever nominated for an Oscar

Nigel M Smith in Los Angeles

21, Dec, 2015 @5:42 PM

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2015, the year in film: Mad Max: Fury Road, Tangerine and Beasts Of No Nation
In the age of the box-office flop, the prime movers in film were independent and online

John Patterson

19, Dec, 2015 @9:00 AM

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Spotlight wins big at Gotham awards, but surprise victors in acting categories
Drama starring Michael Keaton and Mark Ruffalo as investigative journalists wins best feature, best screenplay and special jury for principal cast gongs at independent-film awards in New York

Andrew Pulver

01, Dec, 2015 @12:40 PM

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Tangerine review – tenderness amid the artificiality of LA
A betrayed sex worker attempts to find her pimp in this bittersweet film shot on an iPhone 5

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

15, Nov, 2015 @8:00 AM

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Tangerine review – one-crazy-night transgender drama has real energy
Shot on an iPhone, Sean Baker’s indie comedy about the explosive friendship of two transgender sex workers has an anarchic looseness

Peter Bradshaw

12, Nov, 2015 @10:30 PM

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