The Artists Cinema 2016

Guerrilla-style distribution brings back experimental film in cinemas across UK.

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The best of LSFF 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.

Georgia Korossi

No Wolf Has a House (2015)
No Wolf Has a House (2015)

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59th BFI London Film Festival roundup

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.

Georgia Korossi

The Ocean is an idea.
The Pearl Button (2015)

The Pearl Button
The Pearl Button

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In pictures: 10 days in Cuba

From the streets of Havana and Trinidad: a hotly photographic journey in the heart of Cuba as seen through the lens of Georgia Korossi.

Georgia Korossi is editor of 11polaroids, writer, photographer and producer of film based in London and Athens. For this project the photographs were shot by Canon EOS 650D with Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II lens.

 

Ingrid Bergman: iconic images

Gallery | Swedish-born actress Ingrid Bergman was born 100 years ago on 29 August 1915. We mark her centenary with some of her iconic images, as selected by 11Polaroids desk.

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Making it real together

Revealing creative dialogues in nonfiction films, a playful act between filmmaker and subject as early as 1950, are evidence that documentary filmmaking is the art of collaborative conceit.

Luke Moody

Stranded in Canton (2014)
Stranded in Canton (2014)

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