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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
The Great Gambler (Sabse Bada Zuari)
Indian classic combined traditional cinematic practices and laid the foundations of casino culture in Asian cinema - available now on Amazon Prime [Read More...]

The Farthest
Doc takes a fascinating and nostalgic look at the Voyager and the truth unearthed in the past 40 years, since Nasa launched the twin crafts into space - in cinemas [Read More...]

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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