Artist and filmmaker Mark Jenkin, armed with a Super 8 camera, embarks on a road trip across the South coast of England to look for the cottage of Derek Jarman
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Examining filmmaking from the ground up, Mark Cousins covers 40 topics from technical aspects such as framing and editing to more abstract notions such as The Meaning of Life and Bodies.
While many postponed festivals have moved their programmes online, Fantaspoa has taken a more sideways approach with Fantaspoa at Home
Shot in one continuous take – which gives the film a sense of energy but never feels like cheap gimmickry – White Eye shows how seemingly simplistic choices ripple with a hugely complex wave of cause and effect.
The opening to Olla sets out the staid realism flecked with moments of surrealism that typify much of Ariane Labed’s film as she explores female agency and identity.
The film is also a plea to remember those forgotten children who can slip through the cracks of any society and a warning against the people who would exploit them
Director Sofia Aloui delivers a piece of work that is gently playful as it filters a narrative that would be the staple of any Hollywood blockbuster through the point of a view of a protagonist who is one step removed from everything that is happening around him.
Saying I am not a fan of Brexit is a bit like saying that turkeys are not huge fans of Christmas. As a British citizen who lives in the EU I engage in some enlightened self-interest around the issue, not to mention my personal feelings at the entire omnishambles of a referendum and subsequent political […]