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David Wilkinson on why he is bringing Postcards from the 48% to the big screen.READ MORE
Marcel Gisler on what triggered the making of Mario, a new LGBT football film.READ MORE
Brock Norman Brock on how Yardie was written for the screen.READ MORE
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Filmmaker Shane T Hall writes about the process behind his latest movie.READ MORE
Director Chris Kelly’s nine-year journey unearthing the rapidly changing landscape of Cambodia.READ MORE
A rather unconventional conversation that gave way to an incredible journey.READ MORE
From way back when to the here and now – hereunder an Alphabetarium of Kötting.READ MORE
The long, often frustrating, but ultimately rewarding process of bringing The Bromley Boys to the screenREAD MORE
Director Simon Hunter on making Edie and the extraordinary stamina of Sheila HancockREAD MORE
Eric Styles writes about directing John Hurt in his last leading roleREAD MORE
Prof. Caryl Flinn on the enduring appeal of The Sound of MusicREAD MORE
Director Christopher Ian Smith explores the location of Basildon for his new film New Town Utopia.READ MORE
The directors of Mansfield 66/67 write about what attracted them to 50s Hollywood movie goddess Jayne Mansfield.READ MORE
In this season of awards and pantheonic enshrinement, Dr. Garth Twa remembers those films that were treated negligently, their merits left to fallow.READ MORE
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.READ MORE
How did this epic bestseller come to be turned into a movie?READ MORE
Joshua Glenn looks at the 25th Raindance Film FestivalREAD MORE
The gates are wide open in Vancouver, and Hollywood is moving inREAD MORE
Dylan Edwards – writer, director and star of Difficult Second Coming – writes about the new landscape for comedies.READ MORE
A very worthy, if different, follow up to the first outing.
Family entertainment with little meaty substance.
There’s no dynamism, no commitment and, crucially, a weak grasp of tone.
It says something disquieting about a society in which I have had to resort to the cinema
Marcel Gisler on what triggered the making of Mario, a new LGBT football film.
Brock Norman Brock on how Yardie was written for the screen.
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