A nostalgic look back at the work of Andrei Tarkovsky, one of Russia, and cinema’s, most influential directors.
Monthly Archives: April, 2012
An all access documentary following President Mohamed Nasheed of the Maldives and his quest to save his country from disappearing under the sea.
Matt Morris’s gleefully cheerful short film documentary, Mr. Happy Man serves as joyous testimony to the day-to-day life of one Johnny Barnes, a legend in his hometown of Hamilton, Bermuda.
Big Society is a very skillfully executed satirical short film about the pitfalls of ‘people power’ where we see anti-littering vigilantes deal out rough justice.
A wonderfully dark fairy tale short film about a mysterious cat that steals human body parts, and will keep on stealing and killing until it builds itself a new, human, body.
We went to Paris to chat with renowned filmmaker Jack Garfein, he has plenty to say, and you’ll probably find his words intriguing, insightful, inspired and, perhaps, a little insane too
A heartfelt and honest feature length documentary, which explores one of England’s most ancient traditions; Morris Dancing.
A redemption seeking long-term prisoner is close to his release day, but he complicates things by becoming a father figure to the new guy. That’s right, it’s a prison drama!