Interview with Pascal Floerks

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Edd Elliott interviews Pascal Floerks about his short film BÄR at the Watersprite Film Festival.


Interview with Robin Gutch

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Edd Elliott talks producing and Warp Films with Managing Director Robin Gutch.


“Should I Go To Film School?” Watersprite Workshop

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Edd Elliott delivers some thoughts on Watersprite’s “Should I Go To Film School” seminar.


Watersprite: Best of The Fest

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Harry Jones reviews the best short films at the Watersprite Film Festival.


Who Killed Bambi?

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The Manchester Cornerhouse’s Viva festival kicked off with Quién Mató a Bambi? – a Spanish crisis comedy directed by Santi Amodeo.


It Only Happens in the Movies?

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“A uniquely cinematic response to the necessary illusions that sustain everyday life…” More from Noel Megahey at this year’s Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme.


Getting Started In Directing: Top Ten Tips

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“Studying film opens your eyes to things you wouldn’t otherwise see. Keep creating – that’s your film school.” Wise words from Watersprite’s GETTING STARTED IN DIRECTING.


Bob & Co: Setting Up A Company

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Edd Elliott hears Simon Flamank of Bob&Co’s insights on Setting Up A Company.


Still “Male, pale and stale?”

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Hannah Clarkson surveys Watersprite talk “Male, Pale and Stale?” with Jessica Raine, Krishnendu Majumdar and Danny Lee Wynter.


Woes and Wrong Doings: Watersprite Dusk Screenings

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Hannah Clarkson reviews Watersprite’s Dusk Screenings: Woes & Wrong Doings.


Watersprite Dusk Screenings

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Animation and revelation: prominent themes across Watersprite 2015, but particularly so for “Dusk Screenings: Weaving New Threads”.


Watersprite Afternoon Screenings

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Watersprite’s Sunday afternoon “Wild Things” screenings bring together the weirdest and most wonderful from Germany, New Zealand and Spain.


Jack’s Berlinale Diary #4

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Day 4 of Jack’s Berlinale diary, in which Jack washes his hands in magic soap, braves a baying Wenders throng and ends up in a queue quandary.


Under Electric Clouds

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The year is 2017. 100 years have passed since the Russian Revolution, and the landscape of UNDER ELECTRIC CLOUDS is in every sense clouded and cold.


Jack’s Berlinale Diary #3

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“There comes a point at a festival where you just tell yourself to quit whilst you’re ahead. And who takes their boyfriend to a rubbish tip to make out?!”