Friday Link Round-Up

Join us on a tour of the blogosphere with some of the best reviews, previews and interviews gathered from our esteemed critics and bloggers!

Sight & Sound made a late entry to our round of EIFF previews over on the BFI website.

On Grolsch Film Works, Oliver Lunn gives Palo Alto (22 June) the 5-star treatment.

David Cairns loved Greyhawk (21 June) so much that he insisted we programme it!

Read The Skinny on Ed Perkins’ stunning documentary Garnet’s Gold (25 & 28 June).

Eye for Film reviews Letters From The South (21 June) – six tales from South Asia.

CineVue’s Patrick Gamble reviews Ice Poison (21 June) “A delicately composed ode to [director Midi Z’s] beloved Myanmar.

Patrick also gave a 4-star reviews to Final Whistle (20 & 29 June), and to N: The Madness of Reason (22 June).

In Variety, Ronnie Scheib reviews Orlando von Einsiedel's extraordinary documentary, Virunga (24 & 26 June). The film examines the many threats to Virunga National Park in the eastern Congo.

In The Herald, Alison Rowat reviews Opening Gala Hyena, and talks to Anthony Baxter about A Dangerous Game (24 & 28 June).

In The Scotsman, film critic Alistair Harkness asks David Gordon Green why he cast Nicolas Cage to star in Joe (25 & 28 June).

Trevor Johnson of Time Out gave Hyena 4 stars.


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