Take One’s writers decide upon the best Feature, Documentary, Short and (non-Cambridge) Festival from their experiences on the festival circuit in calendar year 2011.
Ann Linden attended Framing Pictures, a free monthly event held at the Northwest Film Forum in Seattle, which offers an opportunity to discuss cinema with several of Seattle’s prominent film critics.
The Oxford Film Festival 2012 is a collaboration of Oxford University and Oxford Brookes. Edd Elliott spoke to student organiser Pascoe Foxell about last year’s success and this year’s promise.
Jen Williams trips the fantastic nostalgic, on the 30th anniversary of THE DARK CRYSTAL. Book your ticket now for the Duke of York’s Picturehouse screening on Sunday 12th February at 5pm, with Q&A.
Director of ROBERT MUGABE…WHAT HAPPENED?, Simon Bright, talks about his life and career with Take One’s Mike Boyd in front of a live audience
Do the Oscars really reflect cinematic quality and the year’s best, or are they a marketing tool of diminishing relevance? Jim Ross discusses the pursuit of the most coveted award in cinema.
Women make up a small proportion of film creatives, and the UnderWire Festival looks to recognise the best short work made by women across a range of film related crafts – Jo Shaw reviewed this year’s festival.
Jim Ross discusses why David Cameron is wrong to suggest applying free-market economics to UK film and target funding at potential commercial successes in a recent speech.
Legendary British actor Ralph Fiennes attended a special screening of CORIOLANUS at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse, complimenting the film with an insightful, relaxed and entertaining Q&A.
Jim Shanks reviews Dreamworks’ PUSS IN BOOTS. If you enjoy this post, please make a donation to Cambridge Blue Cross Animal Shelter. Just £1 will buy a homeless ginger cat two pairs of tiny boots, and £5 will buy him an épée. It’s a tough world out there.