LOOPER is an intelligent neo-noir science fiction, with some striking images and more emotional resonance than the likes of INCEPTION. Jim Ross reviews the CFF2012 Surprise Film.
Director Christophe Wagner was at the Cambridge Film Festival to show his new film, DOUDEGE WÉNKEL (BLIND SPOT) – Jim Ross spoke to him about the film and the film industry in Luxembourg, his native country.
Jim Ross reviews the short films playing in the strand TO CELEBRATE – CALLUM, THE WAY THE LAMP SWINGS, BLACK DUST, DYLAN’S ROOM, DAYS OF AWE and LINE 102.
Anthony Davis reviews this showcase of Bruce Lacey’s work, curated and introduced by William Fowler. An interview with William Fowler will follow soon.
The gripping psychological thriller MARNIE is most likely one of Hitchcock’s lesser appreciated films, as it misses most of the visual horror and obvious suspense of THE BIRDS or VERTIGO. Maria Sell reviews.
Arranged and funded by The Doors, and shot on just five cameras, THE DOORS: LIVE AT THE BOWL ’68 is the only full live recording of the concert. Liam Jack reviews the CFF screening.
A quietly dramatic series of chamber vignettes, the measured rhythm of BARCELONA (UN MAPA) will gradually draw you in, writes Jim Ross
Hitchcock’s other great horror masterpiece, THE BIRDS remains an extraordinarily effective exercise in apocalyptic terror, writes Gavin Midgley.