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‘I thought we’d written an impossible screenplay’ | James Gardner Interview

In advance of the release of his debut feature film, The Film Blog sat down for a chat with British director James Gardner. Here’s what he had to say…

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Jellyfish | Review

★★★★

BAFTA nominated by fourteen, Liv Hill continues her path to stardom in James Gardner’s bleak but deeply affecting feature debut. A kitchen sink drama in the vogue of Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake and, more recently, Mark Gillis’ Sink, Jellyfish boasts an impressive authenticity in its handling of knotty upsets and great resonance in its storytelling. The viewing may be grim but the reality is much worse.

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