This is a story of archaeological discovery and of social history, of religious belief and humanism, of outsiders and pioneers, and at its heart, people.
In 1959 a young man by the name of Erik Jensen boarded an ocean liner bound for Sarawak on the tropical Island of Borneo. Little did he know he would spend the next seven years living and working with the indigenous Iban people, researching their language and culture. Simultaneously, the traditional way of life for … Continue reading Erik and the Iban
We spoke to Simon Rumley about his film JOHNNY FRANK GARRETT’S LAST WORD, set for release on March 14th after screening at Cambridge Film Festival last year.
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We met Ralph Ineson at the Watersprite festival this year, and spoke to him about his latest project, THE WITCH.
Nick Kitchin reviews the director’s cut of 54, restored for originally intended viewing.
Nick Kitchin reviews the short film ONE NIGHT IN HELL for the 35th Cambridge Film Festival
NIGHT WILL FALL is a remarkable film about an incredibly complex and difficult subject. Andre Singer and his research team tell a powerful story.
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