Jim Ross speaks to the director Ross A Wilson and star Jamie Robson of forthcoming independent feature film SPIN STATE about the creative process and inspirations for the film.
Jim Ross interviews Sudipto Roy, director of Glasgow Film Festival 2019 highlight KIA AND COSMOS, ahead of his film’s release in India.
Elle haywood spoke to Syllas Tzoumerkas – director of THE MIRACLE OF THE SARGASSO SEA at Berlinale.
Steffen Geypens is the director of award-winning short film SILENT CAMPINE. Jim Ross spoke to him about the film and his plans for moving into feature films.
Ruth O’Shea spoke to Nova Scotian filmmaker Iain MacLeod about his recent feature, his upcoming short and his experiences with film making and Gaidhlig.
Jim Ross talks to Gabrielle Brady, director of the award winning documentary ISLAND OF THE HUNGRY GHOSTS.
Podcasts from our radio partners are now out. The long-running gem Bums on Seats (Cambridge 105FM), and Cinetopia’s latest broadcast on EH-FM Edinburgh.
We spoke to Mark Jenkin, director and filmmaker, after attending his film BAIT at this year’s Berlinale. Elle Haywood: Having created both documentaries and short films – is your process different between the two or quite fluid? Mark Jenkin: There’s always an element of documentary in the narrative stuff that I do, and there’s always … Continue reading Interview with Mark Jenkin
Jamie Robson is an actor who has won a number of awards – including from TAKE ONE – for his acting in shorts in 2018. He took the time to speak to Jim Ross about the opinions and experiences that inform his approach to acting and filmmaking.
HOUSE OF MY FATHERS is part of the 48th International Film Festival of Rotterdam’s Bright Future section, and it couldn’t be a more accurate categorisation. In her first feature, Suba Sivakumaran delivers a moving story of two warring villages, one Tamil and the other Singhalese. Both communities are suddenly hit with a curse which prevents … Continue reading Interview with Suba Sivakumaran