RAMS is a poignant and witty shaggy sheep story about humanity, from the land of ice and fire, writes Amanda Randall.
ATOMIC isn’t all death and destruction. There’s a very positive side to the story, celebrating ingenuity, determination and compassion.
Taut and well crafted, WAR STORY follows the recovery of a war photographer. Amanda Randall.
UNDER THE LANTERN is less concerned with social issues as some of Lamprecht’s other titles, but does highlight the vulnerability of women in the face of male dominance.
CHILDREN OF NO IMPORTANCE was part of the series of Enlightenment films produced in Weimar Germany.
Lamprecht’s newly-restored films are causing a celluloid stir – from a retrospective at the Pordenone Silent Film Festival in 2013 to a season at this year’s CFF.
A NIGHT AT THE CINEMA IN 1914 is well worth watching: it’s engaging, enlightening and best of all, loads of fun, writes Amanda Randall.
ʻAll the worldʼs a stageʼ perfectly describes OF HORSES AND MEN, writes Amanda Randall: aspects of life, sex and death are played out in full view in rural Iceland.
The quiet drama of THE PATIENCE STONE makes for a powerful viewing experience, writes Amanda Randall.
Brownlow’s beautiful and brilliant restoration of Gance’s NAPOLEON (1927) is an eye-popping spectacle, writes Amanda Randall.