The documentary panel at Watersprite explained how the opportunities that documentary filmmaking offers can lead to a filmmaker changing the world.
Jonathan Toomey experiences the extraordinary diversity of this leading UK animation festival.
Pablo Berger’s silent transposal of the classic tale of Snow White onto 1920s Spain emerges as a critique of Spanish machista society, writes Jessica Donnithorne at the San Sebastian Film Festival.
With THE LODGER, Alfred Hitchcock really began to hit his stride, and he has oodles of fun trying to throw the audience off the scent, writes Gavin Midgley.
Franklin P Laviola looks at Robert Flaherty’s NANOOK OF THE NORTH, considered by most film historians to be the medium’s first ever feature-length documentary.