Anthony Davis spoke to Claudio Zulian, the creator of the film BORN, which screened at this year’s Cambridge Film Festival.
“A truly wholesome watch, maybe even John Clare would have been happy,” writes Faye Gentile.
Garry Pope spoke to Harry Baker about his thrilling short film THE SWALLOW, the story of a honey trap set in nineteen sixties Soho.
Scriptwriter Luke Davies takes a fresh and raw approach to portraying two juxtapositional characters in LIFE, writes Faye Gentile.
One of Britain’s best arthouse auteurs delivers a transgressive tribute to one of Russia’s foremost artists, presenting him as a filmmaker, theorist, and above all as a human being.
These short films are funny, informative, inventive and entertaining, writes Garry Pope.
Love is a broad, deep and many-layered subject, and it’s an ambitious topic in any medium, let alone a short film, writes Jack Stocker.
A packed Picturehouse crowd waits excitedly for one of the Cambridge Film Festival’s main events: The SURPRISE FILM.
“No one does an intro and Q and A quite like Peter Greenaway,” says Mike Levy, reporting back from the CFF screening of EISENSTEIN IN GUANAJUATO.
Consistently gorgeous to look at and with some extraordinary set-pieces, THE STRANGE CASE OF DR JEKYLL AND MISS OSBOURNE is, like much of Walerian Borowczyk’s work, likely to be an acquired taste.