Embracing the shifting forms, presentations and moods of modern cinema Neil Fox highlights ten of his favourite 2021 cinematic objects.
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Bryce Richardson chats to DN about combining East and West in his debut drama feature, a film rooted in a spirit of collaboration and improvisation.
Each equally worthy of their place in his unranked list, Neil Fox celebrates a collection of 10 cinematic beacons which light up the darkness of 2020.
"I’ve decided that ranking art in any kind of order is futile." Neil Fox shares not a top ten list but rather a choice collection of 2019 cinema.
"Another year for me that pours tsunami on the fires of the 'cinema is dead' crowd." Neil Fox counts down 2018's best cinema in his top ten features list.
Neil Fox ponders the legacy of seminal Australian indie rock band The Go-Betweens as presented through the lens of Kriv Stenders' new feature documentary.
Neil Fox talks to Christine Franz about her electrifying documentary 'Bunch of Kunst' which charts the rise of English electronic punk duo Sleaford Mods.
Neil Fox speaks to Caroline Richards about her smart, moving and nostalgic in the right ways music documentary 'The Parkinsons: A Long Way To Nowhere'.
"I never mind these difficult choices when there’s so much goodness to choose from." Neil Fox reflects on his 2017 feature film favourites.
Co-director James Caddick & The Maccabees' Orlando Weeks discuss the creation of their feature doc portrait of the area & people of Elephant and Castle.
DN looks back at two early features being re-released by the BFI from the cinematic master that is Martin Scorsese and considers where greatness begins.
"There’s still some beautiful work out there that just floored me this year." Neil Fox begins DN's annual cinematic love fest with his top ten of 2016.
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