Hello! Rife Magazine ceased publishing new work in July 2022.

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Nathan Hardie

Nathan (aka HardieWrites) is a writer and producer from Bristol. Drifting away from a mathematics background, he is pursuing his passion for storytelling by creating screenplays, articles and the occasional poem. Nathan also loves discussing what he’s been watching, reviewing film, TV and theatre. A mental health advocate, he’s willing to open up about his anxiety and to keen help people do the same.

Hardie Writes: Cinema Rediscovered 2022: Day 4 & 5

Still from Double Indemnity, part of Cinema Rediscovered Welcome to Rife Magazine’s  Day 4 & 5 coverage of the hotly anticipated...
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Hardie Writes: Cinema Rediscovered 2022: Day 3

Still from Finding Christa, part of Cinema Rediscovered Welcome to Rife Magazine’s  Day 3 coverage of the hotly anticipated film...
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Hardie Writes: Cinema Rediscovered 2022: Day 2

Still from Baby Face, part of Cinema Rediscovered Welcome to Rife Magazine's  Day 2 coverage of the hotly anticipated film festival...
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Hardie Writes: Cinema Rediscovered 2022: Day 1

Still from Lost Highway, part of Cinema Rediscovered Welcome to Rife Magazine's  Day 1 coverage of the hotly anticipated film festival...
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Hardie Writes: Il Buco

Nathan Hardie visits Watershed for the screening of Il Buco The region of Calabria has always been very dissociated from...
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Hardie Writes: The Innocents

Fantastic Film Reviewer Nathan is back and this time he is reviewing The Innocents Supernatural horror is currently in a...
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Hardie Writes: Casablanca Beats

 Nathan Hardie visits Watershed for the screening of Casablanca Beats.
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Hardie Writes: The Worst Person In The World

 Nathan Hardie visits Watershed for the screening of The Worst Person In The World Scandinavian media has a reputation for...
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Hardie Writes: The Godfather and the Beauty of Watching Old Films at the Cinema

 Nathan Hardie visits Watershed for the 50th anniversary screening of The Godfather.
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