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    Peter Strickland's Lurid S&M Fantasia 'Duke of Burgundy' Pushes Buttons in Toronto

    Director Peter Strickland has confounded critics and audiences with his Toronto premiere “The Duke of Burgundy.” Fans of his 2012 giallo throwback, “Berberian Sound Studio,” may not be fully prepared for the director’s newest offering: an homage to vintage erotica.

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    TIFF Review: Peter Strickland’s ‘The Duke Of Burgundy’ Is A Surreal & Sublime Knock-Out

    Blue is a masochistic color in Peter Strickland’s sumptuous, surreal, serenading, and audaciously superb film “The Duke of Burgundy.” It’s a masochism that loves to tease and toy with gratuity, but never steps over the line, and one that is underlined by a bottomless depth of love between two women,...

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    Björk Is Coming to a Theater Near You

    Is "Björk: Biophilia Live," the concert film chronicling the ecstatic last performance of her 2013 tour, the Björkiest thing she's ever done? Find out when the film rolls out worldwide in theaters this Fall.

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    'Björk: Biophilia Live' Heads Up BFI London Film Festival Sonic Program

    Björk wants to blow your mind, onstage and onscreen.

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    Karlovy Vary Review: Concert Movie ‘Björk: Biophilia Live’

    For better or worse, we do approach any new project from impish Icelandic enchantress Björk with an expectation of weird. And it’s an expectation that her Biophilia album and concert tour, of which this film is a record, clearly delivered on. Prologued by a David Attenborough voiceover, it's really ...

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    Ben Wheatley To Produce 'Berberian Sound Studio' Director Peter Strickland's 'The Duke of Burgundy'

    In each successive picture since his 2009 black comedy “Down Terrace,” filmmaker Ben Wheatley has continually evaded expectation to create a swirl of genre delights, from his hitman horror “Kill List” to this year's “Sightseers.” He's also taken a liking t...

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    'Berberian Sound Studio' Director Peter Strickland Adapting Penelope Fitzgerald's 'The Beginning Of Spring'

    Between 2009’s brutal thriller “Katalin Varga” and this year’s audio-based horror-thriller “Berberian Sound Studio,” British director Peter Strickland has found himself receiving no end of critical praise. The latter, his most recent feature, was released in the U...

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    NYFF: Director Peter Strickland Talks 'Berberian Sound Studio,' Toby Jones & The Forced Digital Revolution

    Aspiring filmmakers should take note of British helmer Peter Strickland -- with few shorts under his belt and a small wad of cash (about £25,000 which was spent mostly on film stock), the director headed to Hungary and shot an atmospheric, deeply nuanced movie and spent the next two years tweaking t...

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    TIFF Review: 'Berberian Sound Studio' Is An Unnerving, Original Psychological Horror Anchored By The Great Toby Jones

    People love movies about the making of movies. Well, that's perhaps an exaggeration -- general audiences have a history of some apathy towards the genre. But filmmakers certainly love films that go behind the scenes of their own business, from "8 1/2" to last year's Oscar winner "The Artist," and ci...

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    Locarno Review: With an Impressively Creepy Turn by Toby Jones, 'Berberian Sound Studio' Is an Enticing Audiovisual Enigma

    While the closest point of comparison for Strickland's eerie audiovisual thriller is Francis Ford Coppola's "The Conversation," its later scenes shift to Hitchcockian mode.

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