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.
DANIEL ISN’T REAL is the story of a college freshman whose imaginary childhood friend makes a comeback – it’s an accessible and attractive story, but the film’s true strength lies in the subjective experience it offers. Rosy Hunt reviews.
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
Maybe a concept as powerful as US deserves a mini series, so we can explore its underworld and feel its resonance more thoroughly. Rosy Hunt reviews.
Dimitri de Clercq brought his film YOU GO TO MY HEAD to this year’s Cambridge Film Festival: Rosy Hunt spoke to him about the making of the dream.
Read the preview of the 2018 Cambridge Film Festival.
Women Over 50 Film Festival celebrates the work of older women on both sides of the camera. They look to older women to drive our stories – as film-makers and performers – and are one of only two film festivals worldwide that are specifically geared towards older women. Rosy Hunt spoke to festival director Nuala … Continue reading Women Over Fifty Film Festival
This year the London Korean Film Festival is luring us with an M&M trail of teaser screenings, most recently Won Shin-yun’s MEMOIR OF A MURDERER (2017).
CROWHURST is a true story of British derring-do which goes severely wrong. It represents the flip-side of the British Empire — a tale of adventure and exploration that was never taught in schools.
#takeonerecommends five fine Frightfest films from 2017.