We spoke to Olympian weightlifter, academic and film star Gwendolyn Leick at this year’s Cambridge Film Festival.
Dimitri de Clercq brought his film YOU GO TO MY HEAD to this year’s Cambridge Film Festival: Rosy Hunt spoke to him about the making of the dream.
Jim Ross interviews Charlotte Wells, director of BLUE CHRISTMAS and two other award-winning shorts, about the film – nominated for Best Scottish Short at Edinburgh Short Film Festival – and her work.
We spoke to Trine Villemann and Malcolm Brabant about their terrifying autobiographical documentary.
Grace Winter’s directorial debut, THE MARQUIS DE WAVRIN: FROM THE MANOR TO JUNGLE, follows the story of Marquis Robert de Wavrin, the aristocratic explorer who spent his life documenting indigenous South American tribes, many of which are now tragically extinct. Student writer Joseph McLauchlan spoke with Grace to find out more. Joseph McLauchlan: This is … Continue reading Interview With Grace Winter
Sophia Carr-Gomm took the time to talk to Jim Ross about her short THE WIDER SUN, her path to directing as well her future plans as a filmmaker.
We spoke to Dr Erik Jensen about his reunion with the Iban tribe in the remote state of Sarawak, captured in the documentary ERIK AND THE IBAN.
Anthony Davis spoke to Desiree Akhavan at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse recently after the screening of her film THE MISEDUCATION OF CAMERON POST. He began by asking whether she had been influenced by ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST or GIRL, INTERRUPTED… Desiree Akhavan: I’ve seen CUCKOO’S NEST and GIRL, INTERRUPTED but I didn’t want … Continue reading Interview with Desiree Akhavan
Women Over 50 Film Festival celebrates the work of older women on both sides of the camera. They look to older women to drive our stories – as film-makers and performers – and are one of only two film festivals worldwide that are specifically geared towards older women. Rosy Hunt spoke to festival director Nuala … Continue reading Women Over Fifty Film Festival
ARCADIA is a provocative and poetic new film exploring our relationship with the land. Directed by Paul Wright, it’s a sensory journey into the beauty and brutality, magic and madness of our changing relationship with land and each other. The film combines over 100 years of archive film with a grand, expressive new score by … Continue reading Interview with Paul Wright