Gavin Midgley speaks to producer Rebekah Tolley about the making of acclaimed documentary WE WENT TO WAR and its director Michael Grigsby.
Meet Pedro Costa, referred to by Peter Bradshaw as “the Samuel Beckett of cinema.” This funny, insightful and educational interview is abridged; we include a link to the full transcript.
“At the moment only 5% of fiction directors are women, 4% of cinematographers are women and 2% sound recordists are women.” Cinematographer Gabi Norland explains why women filmmakers need our support.
John Logan – the writer behind GLADIATOR, THE AVIATOR, HUGO and SKYFALL – was in energetic and affable form at this year’s Watersprite Student Film Festival in Cambridge.
“It’s not a job, it’s a vocation, but a very rewarding one.” At the Watersprite festival Rosy Hunt spoke to Sarah Waldron, series producer at the BBC, about documentary filmmaking.
“Cambridge audiences love wonderful world and arthouse cinema. They like challenging films and I’m absolutely up for continuing that.” We’re in safe hands with new programmer Madeleine Mullett.
We spoke to Terence Stamp about his time spent in Indian ashrams; about the controversy surrounding SUPERMAN II; about his mentor Olivier, and about the way TV is attracting so many of today’s greatest actors.
SIDE BY SIDE is a fascinating new documentary, featuring interviews led by Keanu Reeves, looking at the rise of digital technology in filmmaking. Jim Ross spoke to director Chris Kenneally about the film and the discussion it highlights.
Liam Jack reports back from the London Short Film Festival, where he spoke to filmmakers Fran Broadhurst and Mathy Tremewan about guerrilla filmmaking, the power of music and alien abduction.
The memorable opening sequence from THE SHINING was shot by Jeff Blyth, a photographer and director with over 40 years’ experience in Hollywood. We caught up with him to find out how he got started.
We spoke to Jesse about his directorial debut JASON BECKER: NOT DEAD YET, a documentary about a guitar hero who hasn’t let Lou Gehrig’s Disease stop him recording music.
Oliver Krimpas’ GHOST IN THE MACHINE is a chaste, humorous love story reminiscent of Stephen King’s more light-hearted tales of the unexpected. We spoke to Oliver about his work.
As SIGHTSEERS hits our screens Patrick Fowler speaks to director Ben Wheatley and writer/actor Steve Oram about holidays in caravans and spoilers in trailers.
5 BROKEN CAMERAS is an extremely powerful documentary charting life in the village of Bil’in on the West Bank. Toby Miller got the opportunity to speak to co-director Guy Davidi for an in-depth interview on the making of the film.
If you take Western European views on homosexuality for granted, you should watch CALL ME KUCHU. David Perilli interviews creators Katy and Malika, and activist Naome Ruzindana.