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Past articles by Lillian:

Women Talking review – New feminist cinema

A group of women in a remote Mennonite colony meet in secret in Sarah Polley's moving adaptation of Miriam Toews' novel. → Read More

The Wonder review – Scintillating du Maurier-lite narrative

Sebastián Lelio’s 19th-century drama dwells in the gothic-bucolic as a nurse watches over a girl who has survived months without food. → Read More

We're All Going to the World's Fair – brilliantly toes the line between calm and unhinged

A teenage girl gets caught up in a mysterious online game in Jane Schoenbrun's fascinating tech-horror debut. → Read More

The Matrix Resurrections review – A head-spinning meta marvel

This long-awaited sequel is a revolutionary and radical capstone to the Wachowskis’ awe-striking cyberpunk trilogy. → Read More

Quant review – A valuable tribute to a doyenne of women‘s fashion

Sadie Frost directs this illuminating profile doc on the 1960s fashion icon and progenitor of the miniskirt. → Read More

Earwig and the Witch review – A delightful update to the Ghibli formula

Studio Ghibli’s first computer-animated feature boasts bags of charm and one its most endearing heroines. → Read More

The Suicide Squad review – Even worse than the first one

James Gunn doubles down on his crass brand of humour in this charmless, unfunny and facile franchise redo. → Read More

It’s time to rethink the established film canon

By continuing to promote diversity in cinema, we can develop an alternative canon that includes everyone. → Read More

A Perfectly Normal Family review – Watch Netflix’s Disclosure instead

Malou Reymann’s feature debut presents a potentially dangerous perspective on the issue of gender identity. → Read More

Little Girl review – A film to change the world

Sébastien Lifschitz’s sensitive portrait of eight-year-old Sasha will change attitudes towards gender dysphoria. → Read More

Delphine Seyrig and the best year ever

With India Song currently playing on MUBI, we take a look back at the actor’s superlative feminist trilogy from 1975. → Read More

Charlie Kaufman’s fast food obsession

I’m Thinking of Ending Things is another sly critique of capitalism and the commodification of cinema. → Read More

Hope Gap review – A wonderful performance from Josh O’Connor

Annette Bening, Bill Night and Josh O’Connor star in this heartrending story of marital strife on the shoreline. → Read More

Rising Phoenix review – A tear-jerking celebration of human achievement

This powerful documentary charts the history of the Paralympics and its positive impact on disability representation. → Read More

She Dies Tomorrow review – Your worst nightmare

Writer/director Amy Seimetz’s neon-soaked danse macabre is one of the year’s most chilling and effective horrors. → Read More

Ava review – Meticulously composed Iranian teen drama

Classical interests mask taboo-breaking desires in writer/director Sadaf Foroughi’s Tehran-based high school drama. → Read More

Wild at Heart remains an empowering depiction of female trauma

In David Lynch’s 1990 film, Laura Dern’s Lula refuses to allow her sexual assult to control her – she’s a survivor, not a victim. → Read More

An Easy Girl review – A sun-drenched masterpiece

This sunbleached, Cannes-set romantic drama from director Rebecca Zlotowski is not to be missed. → Read More

Pinocchio review – Garrone’s fable is a film to fall in love with

Matteo Garrone’s live-action retelling of the classic Italian fairy tale is a dream come true. → Read More

Papicha review – Powerful tale of female friendship and independence

A group of young women come of age against the backdrop of civil war in writer/director Mounia Meddour’s vibrant, nuanced debut. → Read More