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See the full lineup of films at Fantastic Fest 2023 taking place in Austin, Texas from September 21st to September 28th.

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Mike Leigh, a prominent British filmmaker, has crafted a distinctive filmography characterized by insightful explorations of everyday life and the human condition. His works often delve into the complexities of interpersonal relationships and societal issues. Leigh is known for his unique approach to filmmaking, which involves extensive improvisation and collaboration with actors during the development of the script. This method allows for authentic and organic performances, adding depth and realism to his films. "Secrets & Lies," a poignant drama exploring family…

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