We speak to have-a-go heroes Gil Kofman and Tanner Barklow about culture clash and production hell in the Orient: don’t miss UNMADE IN CHINA.
Imagine an episode of Reginald Perrin scripted by Eugène Ionesco and you might conjure the spirit of OUR NAME IS MICHAEL MORGAN, screening at CFF2013. We spoke to director Maurice Caldera.
Horror extravaganza Film4 FrightFest is important to so many people – Edd Elliott speaks to organiser Alan Jones to find out why.
Toby Miller of Cambridge 105’s Bums On Seats interviewed City Screen’s Gabriel Swartland about the film’s multi-platform release.
Gavin Midgley speaks to producer Rebekah Tolley about the making of acclaimed documentary WE WENT TO WAR and its director Michael Grigsby.
Meet Pedro Costa, referred to by Peter Bradshaw as “the Samuel Beckett of cinema.” This funny, insightful and educational interview is abridged; we include a link to the full transcript.
“At the moment only 5% of fiction directors are women, 4% of cinematographers are women and 2% sound recordists are women.” Cinematographer Gabi Norland explains why women filmmakers need our support.
John Logan – the writer behind GLADIATOR, THE AVIATOR, HUGO and SKYFALL – was in energetic and affable form at this year’s Watersprite Student Film Festival in Cambridge.
“It’s not a job, it’s a vocation, but a very rewarding one.” At the Watersprite festival Rosy Hunt spoke to Sarah Waldron, series producer at the BBC, about documentary filmmaking.
“Cambridge audiences love wonderful world and arthouse cinema. They like challenging films and I’m absolutely up for continuing that.” We’re in safe hands with new programmer Madeleine Mullett.