Janis Klimanovs’ short documentary is an exploration of the nature and endurance of love.
Arjun Sajip looks at three shorts which exemplify the broad range of films on offer at Watersprite – from timewarping fantasy to the bitter reality of suicide at Beachy Head.
Drawing upon his experience of making megahits, Richard Curtis offered sound advice for the young filmmakers at Watersprite.
Always understated, BORN POSITIVE is a carefully sensitive portrayal of the resilience of these young people and their discovery of a sense of self in the face of adversity.
Shipwrecks, prohibition and speculative fiction… Alison Hicks looks at some of the shorts screening at Watersprite over the weekend.
“A powerful vision of solace and mourning in its most lonely form…” Patrick Fowler reviews COWBOY UND INDIANER, screening at the Watersprite festival this weekend.
We spoke to Robert Löbel, the animator behind the wonderful WIND – which is one of the highlights of the Watersprite festival this weekend.
“WIND clings to its blustery motif, and consistently delights the viewer with the joys of animation throughout”. See it at Watersprite this weekend.
This weekend, Cambridge is treated to some of the most prodigious output gifted student filmmakers have to offer, with fiction, documentaries and stunning animations sharing time on the silver screen.
As the dust settles on 12 YEARS A SLAVE and GRAVITY’s dominance , it’s time to focus on the best from the last year of festivals.