Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts
Screening as part of the London Film Festival’s Blood is Thicker than Water shorts programme, Bryan Reisberg’s Father/Son portrays a disquieting
Initially conceived as a documentary, Iveta Grofová’s debut feature Made in Ash uses a mix of non-professional actors and locals to depict the harsh
Inspired by online footage posted by teens of the bullying and sexual activity present in their everyday lives, Serbian director Maja Miloš’ debut
Sean Baker’s Starlet tells the story of a burgeoning friendship between a young woman and an elderly widow after a yard sale purchase brings them
The second instalment in A United Howl, Karan Kandhari’s trilogy of shorts about misfits, outsiders and loners, Flight of the Pompadour is a charming
We spoke to Russian director Mikhail Segal’s at the London Film Festival about his second feature Short Stories; a collection of four narratives each
Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire talks to DN about experimenting with cinema in 'Punk', his intense portrait of a teenager trying to establish his identity.
Co-directors Glenn Leyburn and Lisa Barros D’Sa’s second feature Good Vibrations tells the true life story of Terri Hooley Ulster’s Godfather of
Actor, turned director Kate Hardie’s film Shoot Me screened as part of the Obsessive and Compulsive shorts programme at this year’s London Film
Director Mat Whitecross held his cool in a special ‘speed round’ London Film Festival interview for his new feature Spike Island, which captures
Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern continue their filmmaking partnership by transforming two of France’s most famous actors into anti-establishment
Film Festival, Live Action
Following a stint in Cannes, DN favourite Ben Wheatley premiered his new film as part of the Comedy Gala at the 56th BFI London Film Festival. His third
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