The memorable opening sequence from THE SHINING was shot by Jeff Blyth, a photographer and director with over 40 years’ experience in Hollywood. We caught up with him to find out how he got started.
We spoke to Jesse about his directorial debut JASON BECKER: NOT DEAD YET, a documentary about a guitar hero who hasn’t let Lou Gehrig’s Disease stop him recording music.
Oliver Krimpas’ GHOST IN THE MACHINE is a chaste, humorous love story reminiscent of Stephen King’s more light-hearted tales of the unexpected. We spoke to Oliver about his work.
As SIGHTSEERS hits our screens Patrick Fowler speaks to director Ben Wheatley and writer/actor Steve Oram about holidays in caravans and spoilers in trailers.
5 BROKEN CAMERAS is an extremely powerful documentary charting life in the village of Bil’in on the West Bank. Toby Miller got the opportunity to speak to co-director Guy Davidi for an in-depth interview on the making of the film.
If you take Western European views on homosexuality for granted, you should watch CALL ME KUCHU. David Perilli interviews creators Katy and Malika, and activist Naome Ruzindana.
Anthony Davis spoke to BFI curator William Fowler, who presented a collection of films by the British artist and eccentric, Bruce Lacey, at the Cambridge Film Festival this year.
Jim Ross speaks to Mat Whitecross, director of SEX & DRUGS & ROCK & ROLL, about his new film ASHES – the difficulties of making of the film, the performances of the cast, and Whitecross’ career to date.
Director Christophe Wagner was at the Cambridge Film Festival to show his new film, DOUDEGE WÉNKEL (BLIND SPOT) – Jim Ross spoke to him about the film and the film industry in Luxembourg, his native country.
Fredrik Gertten talks to Mike Boyd about BIG BOYS GONE BANANAS, and why this CFF Audience Award winning documentary has such an important message.