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Hanna Flint

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Hanna Flint is a freelance film and TV critic, writer and interviewer who writes for The Guardian, Total Film, Time Out, Syfy, Yahoo Movies, SyFy and other international outlets.

Film Review: After Love is a multicultural story of how a British widow painfully re-adjusts to life after her Muslim husband's death. Impressively detailed, the film joins a growing body of work that explores UK Islam from an outsider looking in.

04 June, 2021

TV Review: A hilariously goofy insight into contemporary British-Muslim identity, We Are Lady Parts follows the lives of Saira, Bisma, Ayesha and Momtaz's foray into Punk. Wonderfully subversive, the sitcom has received widespread acclaim.

28 May, 2021

Film Review: Kaothuer Ben Hania's Oscar-nominated production follows a Syrian man whose desperation towards citizenship leads him along an unconventional, and ultimately treacherous path.

20 April, 2021

Film Review: In The Shadows is the third feature from Erdem Tepegoz, the Turkish filmmaker who earned acclaim for his debut at the 35th Moscow International Film Festival in 2013.

12 March, 2021

Film review: The sophomore feature by Scottish writer-director Ben Sharrock lives up its title, portraying the purgatorial existence of asylum seekers living on a remote Scottish island, writes Hanna Flint.

26 February, 2021