BRITDOC’s Luke Moody questions the power of words on screen in recent documentary journalism.
Continue reading “The silent return of the voice of God in documentary”
Film critic-curator Georgia Korossi celebrates two-time Palme d’Or winner Ken Loach’s 80th birthday with some entry points to his filmmaking output.
Continue reading “The realist cinema of Ken Loach”
Brand new immersive live music weekender TRESPASS is the first intimate music event of its kind.
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Have the strongest people always dominated everywhere? We look into Patricio Guzmán’s new film The Pearl Button, ahead of its UK release this week.
“I’d love for these water people not to have disappeared.”
Patricio Guzmán, The Pearl Button
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Gallery | To mark International Women’s Day 2016, we celebrate women in film from around the world. Here are 11 women to honour and admire this year.
Georgia Korossi Continue reading “11 international women in film”
Guerrilla-style distribution brings back experimental film in cinemas across UK.
Georgia Korossi Continue reading “The Artists Cinema 2016”
Starting the new year with new visions, the 13th London Short Film Festival rounded up last Sunday with the announcement of its award winners.
“Life is great. Without it you’d be dead” Continue reading “The best of LSFF 2016”
Gallery | We say goodbye to 2015 with the unforgettable stories we saw this year on the big screen.
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Gallery | We mark the film’s birthday with some painterly images and behind the scenes shots with the cast and crew, as selected by 11Polaroids desk.
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From the water people of Patagonia to the story of Shmilu in Hackney, here are 10 films that intrigued us most from this year’s festival.
The Ocean is an idea.
–The Pearl Button (2015)
Continue reading “59th BFI London Film Festival roundup”