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Thursday, March 14, 2013

Interview with Gabi Norland

“At the moment only 5% of fiction directors are women, 4% of cinematographers are women and 2% sound recordists are women.” Cinematographer Gabi Norland explains why women filmmakers need our support.

Stoker | TakeOneCFF.com
Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Stoker

“An artfully twisted thriller that descends into the macabre with rare distinction” – Gavin Midgley takes a look at Chan-wook Park’s intoxicating slice of Southern Gothic.

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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

The Invisible Man

When a scientist starts to experiment with a drug which makes him invisible, little does he know the trouble it will unleash. But the star turn in THE INVISIBLE MAN is hysterical landlady Una O’Connor, writes Eve Stebbing.

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Sunday, March 10, 2013

A Nice Touch

A NICE TOUCH is a surprising film, embracing the influence of film noir whilst eschewing some typical features of the genre, writes Sophie Skinner.

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Saturday, March 9, 2013

Interview with John Logan

John Logan – the writer behind GLADIATOR, THE AVIATOR, HUGO and SKYFALL – was in energetic and affable form at this year’s Watersprite Student Film Festival in Cambridge.

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Friday, March 8, 2013

Interview with Sarah Waldron

“It’s not a job, it’s a vocation, but a very rewarding one.” At the Watersprite festival Rosy Hunt spoke to Sarah Waldron, series producer at the BBC, about documentary filmmaking.

Broken | TakeOneCFF.com
Thursday, March 7, 2013

Broken

Although Rufus Norris’s directorial debut starts off on a well-trodden path, there is enough cinematic ingenuity here to make a film staple feel refreshingly original, writes Dan Harling.

Thursday, March 7, 2013

Meet the Cambridge APH’s new programmer!

“Cambridge audiences love wonderful world and arthouse cinema. They like challenging films and I’m absolutely up for continuing that.” We’re in safe hands with new programmer Madeleine Mullett.

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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Once Upon A Time In Japan

From horror, comedy, thrillers and animation to period films and docudramas, ONCE UPON A TIME IN JAPAN demonstrates the richness, the diversity and the relevance of a contemporary Japanese cinema that is vastly under-represented on the international film circuit.

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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Rebirth

REBIRTH follows the traumatised childhood of Erina, an individual who must confront fundamental questions about her own identity if she is not to repeat mistakes made in the past.