CFF 2012’s Short Fusion strand gives audiences the chance to see fresh ideas and new talent. Take One spoke to Alexander Tuschinski whose film Hollow Date screened this week.
We hoped to interview Luke Fowler at CFF2012; unfortunately, he was indisposed. Instead we offer you a review from guest writer Anthony Davis, who attended the screening and Q&A.
If you had the misfortune to miss the brilliant TRIDENTFEST 2012, let CFF know there’s a demand by tweeting them @camfilmfest or by commenting on the festival site. Rosy Hunt reviews.
Pharmacist Lucy Sheppard is not entirely convinced that the David-versus-Goliath situation described in the emotive documentary FIRE IN THE BLOOD is quite as clear cut as it seems. What do you think?
Toni Espinosa, producer of THE NIGHT ELVIS DIED talks to Liam Jack at the Cambridge Film Festival about the film’s production, his cinematic influences and the state of cinema in Catalonia.
On Thursday in Sawston, CFF celebrates the works of Georges Méliès with a screening of the restored version of his most famous work, A TRIP TO THE MOON, followed by THE EXTRAORDINARY VOYAGE.
After opening the Cambridge Film Festival with his new film HOPE SPRINGS, Jim Ross spoke to director David Frankel about the film and how hard it is to make interesting and challenging films in Hollywood.
Hitchcock was a relentless explorer of human limitations – those of his characters, as well as those of his audience. Emma Wilkinson looks at themes of entrapment and suppression in his greatest films.
Ahead of the shorts programme TO CELEBRATE, Jim Ross speaks to Rehana Khan, the director of DAYS OF AWE – one of the highlights of the shorts at the Cambridge Film Festival.
RD Laing is a radical, a leading figure of the counter-culture of the 60s. A guru to some – cruel alcoholic to others. Steve Williams looks at the troubled subject of Luke Fowler’s ALL DIVIDED SELVES.