“The longer you focus on trying to be normal, the longer it’s going to take you to realise that nobody’s normal.”
We spoke to Toby Froud, whose puppet fairytale LESSONS LEARNED is one of our favourite short films at CFF this year.
Cambridge Arts Picturehouse is celebrating 50 years of filmmaking by the Czech surrealist Jan Švankmajer with a season of special screenings.
Where TONY MANERO showed Chile in 1978 at the height of Pinochet’s rule, here we see a very different Chile ten years later, a country at breaking point. Harry Hunt reviews NO.
TAKE ONE’s top drama pick at Brighton Film Festival: Adam Leon tells the story of two graffiti artists in the Bronx.
While it’s easy for Bill Murray to play against type, it might not be so easy for the audience to accept, writes Harry Hunt.
TURNING looks behind the scenes at an Antony and the Johnsons tour. A beautiful show, and with the documentary aspect, a strange viewing experience, writes Harry Hunt.
Harry Hunt’s new favourite at the Brighton Film Fest: I, ANNA stars Charlotte Rampling, whose son directed this box ticking drama.
From swimming solar winds to the heaving of the immense machinery being used to examine the skies, this time-lapse short is never anything less than stunning, writes Harry Hunt.
At the end of the mushroom season, two foragers struggle to make ends meet. Harry Hunt reviews NOW, FORAGER at the Brighton Film Festival.