The stark camera work in FRANK provides inventiveness, but the attempt to make a hero out of a psychologically unstable young man fails to do little more than make you feel uncomfortable, writes Patrick Fowler.
Rosy Hunt speaks to Richard Heslop about his film FRANK, screening at the Cambridge Film Festival on September 19th, and his career. “I was not a happy bunny when I started writing FRANK – I used it as a kind of therapy to exorcise my demons.”
CANDY CRIME, a sweet microcinematic treat, is the winner of the Norwich Film Festival 2012 One Minute Movie competition and will be the first film screened at the festival. Rosy Hunt spoke to director Ben Jacobson.