Managing Editor Jim Ross interviewed Leah Sapin of Human Rights Watch Film Festival about moving the 2020 London edition online and the challenges and objectives of the festival’s lineup. The interview was broadcast as part of the May 19th edition of Cinetopia.
Watch Managing Editor Jim Ross’s interview with Lorcan Finnegan, the director of Vivarium.
Jimmy Olsson frames and directs the character of Viktoria in ALIVE in a way which empowers her and conveys her charisma and humour with a realist subtlety and restraint.
MUSE: Luca (Geza Rohrig) is considered to be one of the greatest artists of his generation. At the peak of his career, he is lauded, feted and collected by all. However, the side effects of his newfound fortune and fame have left him agoraphobic, crippled by depression and battling with his demons on a daily … Continue reading Muse Interview: Candida Brady and Titus Oglivy
MILES DAVIS: BIRTH OF THE COOL screened at the Cambridge Film Festival on 23 October. Director Stanley Nelson spoke to Yozzie Osman about the making of the film. Yozzie Osman: How did this project come about, and what inspired you to cover the legendary jazz figure that is Miles Davis? Stanley Nelson: I’ve always been … Continue reading Interview with Stanley Nelson
After having received acclaim at the Toronto and London Film Festival, HOPE GAP comes to the Cambridge Film Festival, and with it Director and Screenwriter William Nicholson. Elle Haywood speaks to him ahead of the CFF screenings.
Toby Miller sat down to speak with Ehsan Khoshbakht, the director of FILMFARSI: his documentary essay collecting wide ande differing examples of ‘filmfarsi’.
Emma Peeters has enriched the screen at Raindance Film Festival in London, and director Nicole Palo’s feature has been well received, with her winning the Jury Prize in 2018 for Best Director. Steph Brown had the chance to interview Nicole, and ask her some questions about the film, her process, and her future plans in … Continue reading Interview with Nicole Palo
Jim Ross spoke with the makers of the Swedish sci-fi festival hit ANIARA, out now in UK cinemas and available digitally.
Jim Ross speaks with the director of Edinburgh International Film Festival selection LOVE TYPE D, Sasha Collington.