The Hays Code was a form of censorship rules that applied to all films made by Hollywood between 1934 and 1968. But was it really all so bad?
A cost of the going to the cinema is becoming increasingly prohibitive for people. The Free Film Festival network relies on local communities to make it affordable again.
George East examines the history of film adaptations and the way critical perception of them has changed, taking in The Hobbit, the Hunger Games and more!
George East chats to Appropriate Behaviour director and star Desiree Akhavan about her career so far, including the early work that almost broke her. She offers words of wisdom for filmmakers trying to break through, as someone who’s just done it.
Get outta here with your ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’. He’s a the real top 5 Christmas films.
A full list of winners from the 2015 Oscars plus our reaction and live blog.
Gorilla checks out three short film programmes from the first weekend of the 2015 Flatpack Film Festival in Birmingham, and finds films that span the ages.
Review of Manakamana, Stephanie Spray and Pacho Velez’s documentary following the series of passengers on a cable car to Nepal’s Manakamana Temple.
Appropriate Behaviour is a funny look at the identity crises of a recently dumped part-Iranian bisexual New Yorker. Actress, writer and director Desiree Akhavan nails the NYC hipster movie, while boldly undermining what we’ve seen before with a modern queer edge. Reviewed by George East.
Can a work of art be so precise in design and execution that it can inspire the viewer to see God? This is the question at the centre of The Brain Hack, a creepy metaphysical thriller short.
Far Cry 4 is basically Far Cry 3 with a different setting and considerably more “stuff”, but it’s fun damn it, consistently fun, like, all the way through.
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Jeremy Osbern gives us his Three Food Rules for film-making, and some cheerful anecdotes about when it all went wrong.
The duo behind the Oscar and BAFTA nominated short film, The Bigger Picture, are raising money to fund their next warped, incredible animation.
Acting isn’t all Oscars and perfume endorsements. For the aspiring actor the world of film and stage is a tough, often demoralising, gauntlet.
Jeremy Osbern reveals what to expect when entering your first film festival, from tentative submission to the inevitable fraternising with the stars
Cinematographer, director and writer, Jeremy Osbern teaches you everything you need to know about shooting in sub-zero temperatures.