After votes and suggestions from the entire TAKE ONE team, after dozens of festivals, hundreds of short and feature films our 2018 awards are ready to be handed out.
Bernadett Tuza-Ritter explains the story behind her documentary A WOMAN CAPTURED, which screened at the Cambridge Film Festival this year.
The confining space of a cinema is the perfect place to watch THE GUILTY, the venue’s own restrictions aptly mirroring that felt by the characters. Francesca Woulfe reviews.
We spoke to Trine Villemann and Malcolm Brabant about their terrifying autobiographical documentary.
Cantet’s compassion for his young characters is never far from the surface – hard though they may be to stomach for some of the time.
A bombastic, colourful and appealing adventure peppered with just enough outlandish moments to keep Gilliam fans happy, writes Rosie Applin.
HAPPY AS LAZZARO is a conversation starter which balances nuance and neo-realism with its thoughtful, comedic and magical lead.
“He was more than just a linguist, he was the Indiana Jones of his time…” April McIntyre interviews the makers of EASTERN MEMORIES.
Director Reinaldo Marcus Green highlights a story that we’ve all seen before, in films or in the news, and tells it in a completely unique way.
Blerta Zegiri’s THE MARRIAGE is a story that is worth telling and can be seen as a lot more than just a film, writes Jorvan White.