The panel at Berlinale talk about the improved ratio of female filmmakers in competition, and ask – has Netflix killed cinema?
Elle Haywood reviews the opening film of the 69th Berlinale: Lone Scherfig’s THE KINDNESS OF STRANGERS.
Elle Haywood interviews Laura Carreria, director of stand out London Short Film Festival piece RED HILL.
This collection of shorts at LSFF is a hotbed of cruel situations and heinous tragedies, ladled with a coating of remorse and devastation, writes Elle Haywood.
Elle Haywood review the ‘Fade to Grey’ program at London Short Film Festival 2019.
Blue Monday, which takes us into the lives of a myriad of people and their bluest of days. Fairly politically and socially charged, this collection was exceptionally brilliant. Elle Haywood reviews.
Opening night of a film festival is always something to behold; the chatter of cinephiles who fill the halls of the lobbies and rooms, eager to consume this year’s delights. As an ode to the greats, those of the eighties who are now some of the most established directors within the industry; LSSF Presents their … Continue reading London Shorts: Opening Night
We spoke to Olympian weightlifter, academic and film star Gwendolyn Leick at this year’s Cambridge Film Festival.
Bernadett Tuza-Ritter explains the story behind her documentary A WOMAN CAPTURED, which screened at the Cambridge Film Festival this year.
A deeply emotive, harrowing documentary about one woman’s life as a servant and slave that will completely open your eyes to the reality of current-day slavery in Europe.