Human Beings is a beautifully shot, post-modern fable that links various animal attributes to typical coming-of-age archetypes.
Monthly Archives: May, 2014
We interview Takeshi Fukunaga about getting funding for films and his latest work, Out of my Hand, about Liberian plantation workers risking it all to make a life in New York.
In part 2 of Natalie Stendall’s coverage of the Derby Film Festival she submerges herself in the brief delights of short films.
In Stephen Irwin’s crass yet touching surrealist short film about a pyromaniac bear acting out in the wake of his mother’s death.
Natalie Stendall goes to the Derby Film Festival to find positivity about online film coverage, while the spirit of low-budget filmmaking shines beautifully in The Wizard’s Way.
Oliver Hunt checks out the 2014 DOC-CON London documentary film festival in Brixton to see some of the best new doc’s from around the world.
Witty and sardonic, Resting gives us an insightful, tongue-in-cheek look at the everyday lives of three actors as they deal with the tedium of their temp jobs.