Budding filmmaker, Camilla Wildman, goes to a camp dedicated to teaching youngsters about films and filmmaking. Here’s her thoughts on it.
Monthly Archives: October, 2014
Review of the film Fury, about a band of brothers in a tank crew trying to see out the end of World War 2.
A unique exercise in storytelling. A tale of belonging, violence, love and loyalty amongst a group of deaf teenagers is a project of quiet brilliance.
A possible Oscar contender, Whiplash looks at the obsessive pursuit of musical greatness, driven by desire, a fear of failure and the merciless driving of a questionable mentor.
This directorial debut explores humanity in the notorious Guantanamo Bay prison, and the empathy that can exist in the slightest moments of conversation.
A feature documentary that looks at life of Nas, the people and events that shaped him, and the release of his seminal debut hip-hop album, Illmatic.
More than just a concert film, Biophilia Live is a multi-media extravaganza combining innovative imagery and film with the music from the album to explore themes of nature.
The Imitation Game, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, tells the story of Alan Turing, who played a crucial role in defeating the Nazis, but paid the ultimate price for the secrets he kept.
Based on a book by James Franco, Gia Coppola’s directorial debut presents a loosely plotted snapshot of adolescent life in the fast lanes of a sleepy town.