SPOOKIES, a delightfully campy American horror film, oozes low-budget charm and is the epitome of the independent horror aesthetic of the 1980s. Katie Duggan reviews.
In Théo Court’s haunting BLANCO EN BLANCO he interrogates the images we create of nations and ourselves through photography, while drawing our attention to the ghostly traces of dark history that mar these images. Katie Duggan reviews.
Frank Borzage’s 1927 silent classic 7TH HEAVEN begins in the gutters. But when viewing the restoration screened with spellbinding live piano accompaniment by composer Neil Brand, it is impossible to not be carried up with it from the grimy depths towards the stars.
WALKING ON WATER is not just an account of the creation of one work, but a glimpse into the creative madness of living a life that is entirely devoted to art.
What happens to dreams deferred by imprisonment? MEN INSIDE ventures inside the walls of Baumettes prison in Marseille.
An invigorating chance to see an artistic and emotion-driven creative process at work, writes Katie Duggan.
CAMERA D’AFRIQUE showcases the innovation and tenacity of African filmmakers who have fought to tell their stories on screen.