11th November, 2011
Klara Harden decided to set out on 25 day solo hike across Iceland. Luckily for us, she brought along her cinematographer’s eye and a Canon 550D to
30th September, 2011
I’ve been a fan of animator Kris Hofmann’s stop motion work since seeing her true lives of the animals we eat piece Breakfast a couple years
Art & Fashion, Asides
2nd July, 2011
Clemens Wirth’s end title sequence for first World War drama Herbst is a lesson in the elegance of beautifully executed simplicity.
Documentary, Film Festival, Podcasts
16th March, 2011
Kicking off our SXSW 2011 interviews is director Barbara Eder, whose drama/documentary mixed feature Inside America looks at the lives of six high school
10th September, 2010
Over 20 years old now, The Seventh Continent may look grainy and aged, but it still manages to feel fresh and inventive when watched today.
29th November, 2009
If someone was to ask me who my current favourite director was, despite some close opposition from Jim Jarmusch, Lars Von Trier and Park Chan-Wook, I would
Animation, Art & Fashion, Podcasts
30th August, 2008
Despite not considering himself a fully fledged director, Runkid’s work has been picked up by D&AD and has brought forth tears from audiences. He
Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts
30th October, 2007
Amidst the two weeks of screenings and events that was The Times BFI 51st London Film Festival sat the calm oasis of the filmmakers’ breakfasts, which
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