Fergus Henderson
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Fergus is a film and lit grad based in and from Edinburgh. He is motivated by a desire to explore the world’s cultures as much as possible while he’s on said world. Catch him fawning over the latest Criterion releases and playing his guitar.

Connect: Review

In the opening moments of Marilyn Edmond’s directorial debut Connect, an unidentified man wills himself off the side of a cliff in North Berwick.

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Beanpole: BRWC LFF Review

Russia’s national cinema is paradoxically infamous for both its chilly austerity and its wild expressivity. When it comes to making solemn cinematic allegories for

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The Go-Between (1971): DVD Review

The inevitable Downton Abbey film has finally arrived, which means it’s the perfect time to examine perhaps the best of that breed of British

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Tomorrow, Maybe

Tomorrow, Maybe Independent films are usually tightly budgeted affairs, often a new director’s first real stab at long form cinema. Sometimes this means that they

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Mari: The BRWC Review

Mari At the start of Mari, written and directed by Georgia Parris, we witness an extraordinary, kinetic dance sequence, the kind that reminds you of

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