One of Japan’s most infamous and most admired directors, Toshiaki Toyoda’s unique style has illuminated the programme at this year’s Terracotta Film Festival. Ferry Hunt spoke to Toyoda at a Terracotta masterclass in London today.
Gergely Wootsch’s THIS IS NOT REAL was the “Best Animation” winner at this year’s Norwich Film Festival. We spoke to Wootsch about his influences as a scholar of the obscure, and his plans for the future.
MZ: Was hat Sie dazu gebracht Filme zu machen? MB: Ich glaube das war das Kino der 80 Jahre. Das erste Mal „Krieg der Sterne“ zu sehen, oder die Abenteuer der „Goonies“ und „Indiana Jones“ hat einen starken Eindruck hinterlassen. Zwar haben mich von da an Filme interessiert, aber viel mehr beschäftigt hat mich immer … Continue reading Augenblicke: Interview mit Martin Bargiel
Marc Senter featured in the CFF2011 programme as Franki in RED, WHITE AND BLUE. He’s a committed and versatile method actor, as well as a regular contributor to funnyordie.com. Mark Bullock caught up with Marc, who spent last year promoting BRAWLER and has now joined Bill Moseley on Darren Bousman’s DEVIL’S CARNIVAL project.
It’s plain to see just from the trailer that this isn’t your typical, brainless romcom – from the idiosyncratic characterisation to the humour and honesty of the script, LOVE AFTER SUNRISE shows true potential for a thinking man’s look at love.
Fun and fanciful, but never flippant, REMEMBERING FORMBY is an animated short commemorating the life and work of the fictional Formby Patterson-Wright, an anthropomorphic personification of a generic male safety sign character, reminiscent of TVGoHome’s Ted Bellingham.
Loreta Gandolfi spoke to Luc Dardenne at the Cambridge Arts Picture House before the screening of his latest film THE KID WITH A BIKE.
CANDY CRIME, a sweet microcinematic treat, is the winner of the Norwich Film Festival 2012 One Minute Movie competition and will be the first film screened at the festival. Rosy Hunt spoke to director Ben Jacobson.
Mihai Kolcsar caught up with actor/director Tommy Wiseau, the legend behind the THE ROOM.
Director of ROBERT MUGABE…WHAT HAPPENED?, Simon Bright, talks about his life and career with Take One’s Mike Boyd in front of a live audience