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Giving a voice to the 48%
Giving a voice to the 48%

David Wilkinson on why he is bringing Postcards from the 48% to the big screen.
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15 July 2018
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Football’s Coming Out
Football’s Coming Out

Marcel Gisler on what triggered the making of Mario, a new LGBT football film.
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13 July 2018
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Nobody’s Baby Now
Nobody’s Baby Now

Brock Norman Brock on how Yardie was written for the screen.
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1 June 2018
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The story before the story
The story before the story

Derf is an American cartoonist and graphic novelist. He was the recipient of a prestigious Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for political cartoons in 2006 and an Angoulême Prize for My Friend Dahmer in 2014.
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1 June 2018
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The making of Concealed
The making of Concealed

Filmmaker Shane T Hall writes about the process behind his latest movie.
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30 May 2018
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Beneath the Cambodian Spring
Beneath the Cambodian Spring

Director Chris Kelly’s nine-year journey unearthing the rapidly changing landscape of Cambodia.
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29 May 2018
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The beginning of Book Club
The beginning of Book Club

A rather unconventional conversation that gave way to an incredible journey.
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29 May 2018
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The Alphabetarium of Kötting
The Alphabetarium of Kötting

From way back when to the here and now – hereunder an Alphabetarium of Kötting.
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17 May 2018
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My love letter to football
My love letter to football

The long, often frustrating, but ultimately rewarding process of bringing The Bromley Boys to the screen
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16 May 2018
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Filming on a mountain
Filming on a mountain

Director Simon Hunter on making Edie and the extraordinary stamina of Sheila Hancock
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15 May 2018
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The making of a legend
The making of a legend

Eric Styles writes about directing John Hurt in his last leading role
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4 May 2018
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The hills are still alive
The hills are still alive

Prof. Caryl Flinn on the enduring appeal of The Sound of Music
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3 May 2018
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Basildon is complicated
Basildon is complicated

Director Christopher Ian Smith explores the location of Basildon for his new film New Town Utopia.
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27 April 2018
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Why Jayne?
Why Jayne?

The directors of Mansfield 66/67 write about what attracted them to 50s Hollywood movie goddess Jayne Mansfield.
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5 April 2018
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We Shall Not Forget: the lost films of 2017
We Shall Not Forget: the lost films of 2017

In this season of awards and pantheonic enshrinement, Dr. Garth Twa remembers those films that were treated negligently, their merits left to fallow.
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1 March 2018
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‘The Graduate’ at 50
‘The Graduate’ at 50

On it’s anniversary, Peter Kramer takes a closer look at the film’s critical and commercial success, and at the rather puzzling way in which it tells Benjamin’s story.
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12 December 2017
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Das Boot – Probably the Biggest German Blockbuster of All Time
Das Boot – Probably the Biggest German Blockbuster of All Time

How did this epic bestseller come to be turned into a movie?
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8 October 2017
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When it Rains, it Pours
When it Rains, it Pours

Joshua Glenn looks at the 25th Raindance Film Festival
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3 October 2017
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Attack of the Runaway Production
Attack of the Runaway Production

The gates are wide open in Vancouver, and Hollywood is moving in
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4 April 2017
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Difficult beginnings…
Difficult beginnings…

Dylan Edwards – writer, director and star of Difficult Second Coming – writes about the new landscape for comedies.
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28 March 2016
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