Filmstock Tag Archive

A Roundup of Filmstock 12

Film Festival

26th November, 2019

After a ten year hiatus Filmstock, one of Britain's best independent film festivals made a most welcome return - these are some of our highlights.

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The Return of Filmstock, One of Britain’s Most Exciting Independent Film Festivals

Film Festival

16th July, 2019

Festival organisers Justin Doherty and Neil Fox give DN the lowdown on the return of Filmstock, one of Britain's greatest independent film festivals.

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Filmstock 11: Oil City Confidential

Documentary, Film Festival, Music

15th November, 2009

Julian Temple completes his documentary trilogy of 70s music, with a beautifully inventive look at British pub rock band Dr. Feelgood.

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Filmstock: This One Goes to 11

Film Festival, Podcasts

13th November, 2009

With a heavy heart, we speak to Filmstock founders Neil Fox & Justin Doherty about closing the doors on DN's favourite film festival that goes up to 11.

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Filmstock 11: The Best of the Shorts

Film Festival

12th November, 2009

The Filmstock short weekend has become somewhat of an annual event in my life in recent years and whatever I had planned for my summer or winter (the

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Filmstock: Establishing a Film Festival

Film Festival

12th November, 2009

When you live in a town where the closest thing to independent cinema is Legally Blonde 2 you could be forgiven for upping sticks to London. Instead,

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Filmstock 11

Film Festival, News

25th August, 2009

As anyone will know who reads my posts on Directors Notes, knows I’m a big supporter of my local film festival Filmstock and unashamedly try to

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Filmstock 9: Nicolas Roeg – Puffball

Film Festival, Live Action

22nd November, 2008

Having missed most of Filmstock being down with the sickness, I was really looking forward to seeing the screening of Nicolas Roeg’s Puffball and

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Filmstock 9: Choke

Film Festival, Live Action

8th November, 2008

I can’t believe it’s been 12 months already since one of my favourite times of the year! Never was a massive fan of Halloween, fireworks are always a

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Bin Appetit

News

3rd July, 2008

For those of you who can remember one of my only attempts at podcasting back in November last year (DN064), will be familiar with director Craig Rook and

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DN069: Somewhere, Anywhere – Chris Dundon

Live Action, Podcasts

3rd January, 2008

Today’s guest Chris Dundon not only comes highly recommended by our friends Justin and Neil over at Filmstock, but was part of the crew on

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DN064: What a Freegan Waste – Craig Rook

Animation, Documentary, Podcasts

29th November, 2007

Whilst trying to squeeze in as many films as possible at the recent Filmstock festival, I managed to tear myself away from the screen and grab a few words

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