Some things, once experienced, simply have to be shared.
I came across this short animation at a screening for International Women’s Day, organised by Birds Eye View and hosted at the BFI. 44 more words
French women filmmakers may be under-represented in the competition lineup of Cannes Film Festival, but they’re surely gaining ground in recent years, accessing high-profile casts and delivering singular, often emotional films that spark international critics’ enthusiasm. 552 more words
Variety posted an interesting article entitled “Three Lessons to Learn From the Oscars”. It’s a nice read and points out some solid ideas like,”Don’t underestimate films about the black experience.” This point discusses how moviegoers outside of America will go see films about the black experience, and this was clearly the case with 363 more words
“I got the most fulfillment out of showing my film in my hometown cinema. People who have watched me grow up came to support my efforts and wanted to see me succeed and watch my film on the big screen. 68 more words
Reporting from the frontline of the Berlinale…all that queuing to get tickets, being jostled by celebrities, all those interviews, all those darn red carpets to trip over…you get the picture…now factor in the fact that it is cold in Berlin, and I haven’t been out in days, despite all my friends starting their conversations this week with “I have a spare ticket for…d’you wanna come?” And then factor in my curmudgeonly stubborn nature, always refusing to do anything that is expected of me…and we are left with only one word: 869 more words