IN A MIRROR slides artfully in and out of opaque and insightful, muses Hannah Clarkson.
Knowing self-deprecation is the calling card of THE GLITTERBALL, according to Sarah Dillon.
UNDER THE LANTERN is less concerned with social issues as some of Lamprecht’s other titles, but does highlight the vulnerability of women in the face of male dominance.
CHILDREN OF NO IMPORTANCE was part of the series of Enlightenment films produced in Weimar Germany.
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.
There is plenty that is lovable in the absurdity of THE BOY WHO TURNED YELLOW, according to Andrew Nickolds.
MEND AND MAKE DO, an animated short by Bexie Bush, tells the heartfelt story of a love life lived without regret, writes Nick Kitchin.
“The material side of the movie is nothing compared to the warmth put there by the people who made it.” We speak to the co-director and lead actor of CHERRY TOBACCO.
With unique access to the recordings of Ted Hughes reading what he considered his masterpiece, this film tells the story of CROW – a dark reworking of the Genesis story.
Horror needs to be tactile and tangible, according to Hiu M. Chan, in her review of HOUSE OF WAX.