We look at the complex and considered cinematography of the French cinema great – and 70mm fan – Jacques Tati.
Author Louie Freeman-Bassett
The UK documentary is in rude health. As the Grierson awards celebrating the industry approach, we look at the contradictions in the legacy of this filmmaking form.
A new film night, Stanley’s Film Club, comes to South Norwood, a part of London sorely lacking in independent cinema action.
Convenience’s comedy-heist in a petrol station has echoes of Edgar Wright in its tone, if not quite in its execution.
Modern threats like large chains and property prices could kill off London’s independent cinemas. But they might find refuge in an old idea: community.
You want to know what a film noir detective or spy is really all about? Then just take a peek through the key hole at their home life.
British star Benedict Cumberbatch is the newest patron of the Phoenix Cinema in Finchley, north London.
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.
Butter Lamp is an Oscar nominated short film that highlights the often crass and insensitive domination of traditional values by China’s cultural expansion in Tibet.