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Linda Marric

Linda Marric

Linda Marric (Journalist and interviewer)
Linda is a very passionate and opinionated writer with a taste for innovative and groundbreaking sci-fi

Linda Marric is a freelance film journalist and interviewer. She has written extensively about film over the last decade. After graduating with a degree in Film Studies from King’s College London, she has worked in post-production on a number of film projects and had a short stint working at the BFI London Film Festival. She has a huge passion for intelligent scifi. Her favourite movie of all time is still Brazil (Terry Gilliam, 1985).


Other posts by Linda Marric
City of Ghosts
Documenting the documentarists: Matthew Heineman's latest film follows a group of extremely brave citizen-turned-journalists named “Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently” in the Syrian War - in cinemas this week [Read More...]

A Dog’s Purpose
Don't forget your hankies: this over-sentimental tale of doggy reincarnation isn't a particularly dirty, audacious and innovative movie, yet it's an immensely effective tearjerker - in cinemas this week [Read More...]

Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes Of Apollo
Doc retells fascinating anecdotes from the "founding fathers" of the Apollo space programme; sadly women are conspicuous in their absence, but the filmmaker finds a clever solution for such lack of representation [Read More...]

All These Sleepless Nights (Wszystkie Nieprzespane Noce)
Embark on a one-night binge into self-discovery throughout the streets of Warsaw with Michal and Krzysztof, in a semi-fictional feature by Michal Marczak - this week at the Barbican [Read More...]

We are X
Meet the exotic Japanese who've rocked the world for 35 years with their exhilarating performances, outlandish costumes and... the hysterical fall-outs! In cinemas on February 28th [Read More...]

The Darkest Dawn
Is it possible to bring a fresh twist on the well-worn found footage genre? 'The Darkest Dawn' is both entertainment and technically accomplished, but the script has too many loose ends - out in cinemas in January [Read More...]

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