By 2050, the world population will grow to 10 billion. “Where will the food come from?” asks Valentin Thurn.
This compelling documentary follows dark visionary Nicolas Roeg in a retrospective of his directing career. Ben Dalton reviews.
Katrina Smith looks at AFTER WORK, Janina Herhoffer’s contribution to the contemporary German cinema strand at CFF2015.
16 YEARS TILL SUMMER documents Scottish ex-con Uisdean’s attempts to ingratiate himself back into society.
We spoke to director Matt Sadowski about his film PRETEND WE’RE KISSING, which he refers to as a “non rom-com”.
We spoke to filmmaker Daisy Aitkens about her CFF Short Fusion contribution 96 WAYS TO SAY I LOVE YOU.
An expert, if not wholly balanced, retelling of the still-relevant story of the Black Panthers.
Hold on to your hats: Jack Toye has joined Ben Dalton and Edd Elliott in the studio to talk Dope, May Allah Bless France and The Family Film Festival’s Princess Diaries… AND some Surprise Film guessing!
Enlightening, depressing and frustrating in turns, THE CLEARSTREAM AFFAIR illustrates one episode in a never-ending story.
Thursday’s Take One On Air. Edd and Ben return, and this episode they are joined by very special guest Sarah McIntosh, CFF Programme Co-ordinator. Reviews of Sweethearts of the Gridiron and Spiderwebhouse, along with a preview of the Film Hub Central East Shorts and Docs, and a sneaky insight into the submissions process.