THE FAVOURITE’s particular presentation of History is fictionalised, feminised and though at times frightening, fearlessly fun. Hannah Clarkson reviews.
Following fictionised lives of the inhabitants of Greenland, THE RAVEN AND THE SEAGULL tenderly recreates and overimagines the myths and misconceptions which exist between the people and landscapes of Greenland and Denmark. Examining a colonial history embedded not only in the heartbreakingly beautiful Greenlandic terrain but also in the infinite landscapes of a country’s mind, … Continue reading The Raven and the Seagull
What happens when women are in charge? …when people are told what others truly think and have said about them? …when eleven strangers take to sea for months on end on a raft? Revisiting anthropologist Santiago Genoves’ much debated 1973 Acali Experiment, wherein five men and six women set sail across the Atlantic on a … Continue reading The Raft
Are we the spies, or the spied upon? How does the personal become public and the public become personal?
We invite our readers to put this in their pipes and smoke it: Hannah Clarkson sets her sights on Tarkovsky.
Take a trip inside ROOM with Hannah Clarkson’s review.
“Studying film opens your eyes to things you wouldn’t otherwise see. Keep creating – that’s your film school.” Wise words from Watersprite’s GETTING STARTED IN DIRECTING.
Hannah Clarkson surveys Watersprite talk “Male, Pale and Stale?” with Jessica Raine, Krishnendu Majumdar and Danny Lee Wynter.
Morality and responsibility intersect in Sunday’s Dusk screenings at The Watersprite Film Festival. Reviewed by Hannah Clarkson.
Hannah Clarkson reviews Watersprite’s Dusk Screenings: Woes & Wrong Doings.