Those who believe ours is more than a black and white world, and likewise in film genre, should watch this melted fiction and documentary with interest.
Watching Grant Gee’s feature documentary feels like daydreaming a collective past, a little blurred but utterly captivating, writes Sarah Acton.
Sarah Acton offers a sneak preview of THE PASSING: a slow burning supernatural tale set in a remote Welsh mountain valley.
Bethlehem is divided, literally, by a giant illegal wall of concrete dividing Palestine and Israeli areas. Sarah Acton reviews Leila Sansour’s OPERATION BETHLEHEM.
BLACKBIRD is a beautiful drama about Scottish folk traditions and values, but a style over substance approach lets it down, writes Sarah Acton.
How will the squatter punk scene in Berlin sit alongside a clean-cut keyboard rockstar in a white suit pumping out synth-space-pop?
“You can’t plough a field by turning it over in your mind”. DUMMY JIM is inspired by Scottish author and long-distance cyclist, James Duthie.
Roland Klick’s acid western embraces and transcends the ‘Spaghetti’ sub-genre, writes Sarah Acton.
“Roland Klick is driven by the same manic fire that is recognisable in the dancing eyes of Herzog and Jodorowsky”. Meet him at CFF on the 25 September.