Jay Weissberg reports on the restoration premiere of a 99-year-old Holmes adaptation starring one of the Edwardian era’s greatest stage performers of the role.
Tuesday 14 April 2015
IWM’s (Imperial War Museums) Toby Haggith explains the history and significance of the Ministry of Information’s film record of the atrocities of the Nazi concentraton camps, shot in the immediate aftermath of the Second World War.
Monday 13 April 2015
War bomber footage is nothing new, as this public-domain gun-camera scrapbook from the Pacific War goes to prove. But with its abstruseness veering to the abstract, does it lend us an alternative approach to the uncanny in conflict, asks Thirza Wakefield?
Sunday 12 April 2015
Louise Osmond is one of a number of distinctive female documentary-makers to have emerged in recent British cinema. As her latest film, the racing underdog story Dark Horse, goes on release, we look at some of their finest achievements.
Ros Cranston , Katy McGahan
Thursday 9 April 2015
Rising star George MacKay and second-time director Duane Hopkins discuss the genesis of their powerful new drama Bypass, a coming-of-age story set in the margins of a broken Britain.
Wednesday 8 April 2015
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