Print and radio join forces as Take One and Cambridge 105 co-host a new film quiz on the first Monday of every month. Expect the unexpected from 7pm to 10pm in the APH bar.
On Bank Holiday Sunday, porn classic BEHIND THE GREEN DOOR forms the backdrop to the first of a series of decadent cabaret/fine dining events brought to you by Green Door productions.
“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.
TAKE ONE writers have voted on Best Feature, Best Documentary, Best Short and Best Festival for 2012 as well as some one-off awards from individual writers. Cover image by Harry Hunt.
Koutaiba Al-Janabi’s LEAVING BAGHDAD is an intimate, unpolished road movie in which we accompany a gentle immigrant on his journey from Iraq to London. The Independent Film Trust and the Cambridge Film and Media Academy are organising a free screening at Magdalene College in March.
Want to get your video in front of a prestigious panel, showcase it at a BFI event and win £1,500? Well, look no further!
The BFI London Film Festival kicks off today, Ed Frost takes a short look at what is in store until October 21st. Check in with TAKE ONE for reviews of films screening at the festival.
The debut directorial feature of Austrian actor Karl Markovics is now available on DVD. We’re in a generous mood, so to celebrate the start of the CFF2012, TAKE ONE has two copies to give away.
Steve Williams reports back from the 66th Edinburgh film festival, which opened with a wipe-the-floor-with-’em red-carpet opening gala for William Friedkin’s new film KILLER JOE and its assembled firmament of stars.
Mike Boyd reviews the up-and-coming, relatively young Galway African Film Festival, which is quickly finding its place on the periphery of the more established festivals in the UK.
The British Silent Film Festival will be celebrating its 15th Anniversary in Cambridge at the Arts Picturehouse with a four-day programme starting on April 19th. Look out for special print copies of TAKE ONE at the Picturehouse and around Cambridge and read full coverage here at takeonecff.com
Running from 12th-15th April at the Prince Charles Cinema in London, this year’s line up includes the European Premiere of INSEPARABLE, starring Kevin Spacey and Daniel Wu. Not just Q&As, special guests and European premieres but masterclasses, parties and free food!
While young, the Norwich Film Festival boasts such a broad spectrum of genres and methods of filmmaking, and the judges themselves, like Bernard Hill, represent many aspects of the industry – bringing together the experienced and the new talent in a fantastic programme over the course of the two weekends.
CANDY CRIME, a sweet microcinematic treat, is the winner of the Norwich Film Festival 2012 One Minute Movie competition and will be the first film screened at the festival. Rosy Hunt spoke to director Ben Jacobson.
Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim were set to produce Tommy Wiseau’s sitcom, THE NEIGHBORS. In an interview with GQ magazine, Tim Heidecker explained why the collaboration fell through.