Garry Pope reports back from Grantchester Meadows, at the CFF MOVIES ON THE MEADOWS screening of 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY
Anthony Davis spoke to Magali Pettier, farmer’s daughter and director of ADDICTED TO SHEEP which follows a year in the lives of two sheep farmers.
From Fassbinder to THE FIRE, Faust Lerner offers an overview of this year’s New German Cinema strand at CFF.
Edd Elliott gives a low down of the under-the-radar themes of this year’s Cambridge Film Festival.
McKellen’s Holmes is where the heart is, writes Xanthe Gilmore.
Arrow Films aren’t just purveyors of cult cinema – they are also a multi-platform distributor of TV from around the world, most recently HOSTAGES.
Relying on bawdy humour and a hip, anti-establishment attitude, MEATBALLS is set in a summer camp for misfits overseen by head counsellor Tripper (Bill Murray in his first starring role).
The Bronx, 1963. Geographically close, but in reality we’re a long way from WEST SIDE STORY and its rival gangs the Jets and the Sharks…
Jack Toye provides a sample of life at The London Film Festival 2014.
Edd Elliott considers the class connotations underlying David Fincher’s THE SOCIAL NETWORK.
Rosy Hunt reviews Jim Jarmusch’s earliest film forays, including the “thinking man’s chicken-soup film” DOWN BY LAW which screens at CFF this year.
Arjun Sajip gives us a insightful tribute to one of America’s great documentary film makers, LIONEL ROGOSIN.
Lamprecht’s newly-restored films are causing a celluloid stir – from a retrospective at the Pordenone Silent Film Festival in 2013 to a season at this year’s CFF.
Keith Braithwaite’s pick of the Best of British is KIND HEARTS AND CORONETS, a black comedy that packs a hidden punch.
On 28th May 2014, the bundle of contradictions that is Jean-Pierre Léaud turned 70 years old. Rosy Hunt pays tribute to Truffaut’s favourite “anti-documentary actor”.