EL SUR is literally a film of unfinished business, yet perfectly realized in its study of the mysteries of family life
Day Moibi talking to filmmaker Perivi Katjavivi about the politics of African cinema. His film THE UNSEEN had its European premiere earlier in the week in CFF.
” In too many films we see these women that are too perfect; perfect lives, perfect hair, perfect mums. I like imperfection.”
Mark Liversidge takes a look at the documentary which looks at the life of unsung political figure Gertrude Bell.
Daniel is the part Dave Johns was born to play, writes Edd Elliott.
Re: A Pier looks at the past, present and future of Hastings Pier, from Jimi Hendrix to The Sex Pistols, writes Mark Liversidge.
We spoke to the makers of THE WHEEL about feminism from stone age to modern day!
Together they contemplate the larger significance of the long-delayed homecoming. BROTHERS is a film for those who enjoy quiet, slow cinema.
A BRILLIANT GENOCIDE is a powerful and unusual film, writes Emma Wilkinson.
Required viewing for anyone interested in the history of Italian cinema in the 1960s, ALFREDO BINI also humanises one of its key figures.