Kate Owens takes a look at the recent publication of Anatomy of Fear, a collection of 21 conversations with horror and sci-fi filmmakers.
Monthly Archives: January, 2015
Jeremy Osbern talks Gorilla through the genesis of his short film, Courtesan, and its place in this year’s Slamdance Film Festival in Utah.
The duo behind the Oscar and BAFTA nominated short film, The Bigger Picture, are raising money to fund their next warped, incredible animation.
The first review from the 2015 LSFF looks at a stalwart of the festival, the God’s Lonely Men screening about men facing isolation and loneliness.
From Luca Zingaretti, this true story of the theft of the Vatican’s St Peter treasures in the 1920s, and the detective on the hunt to get them back.
Angie Moneke reviews Alejandro González Iñárritu’s darkly comic Birdman, a fresh and playful feature tackling vital questions.
The Hackney Bicycle Film Society screens the legendary documentary A Sunday In Hell tonight for their fifth anniversary.
Acting isn’t all Oscars and perfume endorsements. For the aspiring actor the world of film and stage is a tough, often demoralising, gauntlet.
Frederick Weisman turns his attention to The National Gallery in this documentary. But are the old master’s powers waning?
The London Short Film Festival 2015 starts on January 9th. Here’s our picks from their whopping 12th annual programme.