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Karen Krizanovich

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Karen Krizanovich has appeared on TV (Newsnight, Review Show, CNN), published across mainstream UK media and heard on a variety of frequencies. She is the author of Infographic Guide to the Movies and can be found tweeting @krizanovich

Articles By Karen Krizanovich

Love Is Strange

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The Imitation Game

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Jimi: All Is By My Side

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LFF 2014: Margarita, With A Straw

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LFF 2014: Foxcatcher

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The Judge

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LFF 2014: The Imitation Game

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DVD: Lilting

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We Made It: Waterford Crystal

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Draft Day

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The Equalizer

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DVD: Only Lovers Left Alive

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DVD: The Two Faces of January

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The Hundred-Foot Journey

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DVD: Blue Ruin

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Before I Go To Sleep

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Katharine Kilalea: OK, Mr Field review - architecture and al...

Modern novels with an architectural theme have, to say the least, a mixed pedigree. At their finest, as in Thomas Bernhard’s Correction,...

theartsdesk in Paris - following in the footsteps of Gounod

It’s a truism that history is written by the victors, but nowhere in classical music is the argument made more persuasively than in the legacy and...

Sarah Langford: In Your Defence review - messy lives

When Sarah Langford goes to work, she puts on warpaint and wig and acts. But she is not an actor. She defends those who might or might not be...

Reissue CDs Weekly: Contract in Blood / Winds of Time

Although the cover of the 19 May 1979 issue of the music weekly Sounds was dominated by a photo of American...

CD: Ray Davies - Our Country: Americana Act II

When Ray Davies released his Americana LP last year, much was made of how the the ex-Kink's lyrical...

CD: Let's Eat Grandma - I'm All Ears

Norwich is remote, out near the Norfolk Broads, doing its own thing on Britain’s eastern-most edge. It’s not renowned as a place that’s...

theartsdesk at Glastonbury Festival 2018

Daft Punk! Kendrick Lamar! The Kinks! Yes! We blew the lid off!

What? No! There IS no...

The Town Hall Affair, The Wooster Group, Barbican review - e...

Iconoclasm, orgasms, and rampant rhetoric are all on irrepressible display in...

The Path to Heaven, RNCM, Manchester review - tragedy, truth...

Adam Gorb’s The Path to Heaven, with libretto by Ben Kaye, is his longest work to date (almost two hours’ running time without interval)...