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  • Encounters 2012: to Mars and back

    With a new calendar slot and head programmer, the UK’s biggest short-film festival bulged with retro and cutting-edge sci-fi, 3D Soviet dinosaurs, mock-Edwardian Londoners, tragi-comic stickmen and thousands of flies.

    Nick Bradshaw, Dylan Cave, Jez Stewart
    Monday 31 December 2012

    Festivals

  • Peter Walsh, 1950-2012

    Inspirational film programmer, from Ireland to Birmingham and back.

    Adrian Wootton
    Wednesday 19 December 2012

    Obituaries

  • New Nigerian cinema and beyond: Film Africa 2012

    Ashley Clark roams the continent’s latest comedies, dramas and documentaries in this burgeoning London showcase.

    Ashley Clark
    Thursday 6 December 2012

    Festivals

  • From the Magazine

    Playing it cool

    Has Abel Ferrara been punished for his refusal to subscribe to the too-cool-for-school sensibility of von Trier and the Coens, wonders Brad Stevens?

    Brad Stevens
    Friday 30 November 2012

    Bradlands

  • Seeing double: the London Korean Film Festival 2012

    Pairs of new royal costume dramas, ensemble heist movies, derivative thrillers and downbeat animations marked this year’s Korean crop, found Anton Bitel.

    Anton Bitel
    Thursday 29 November 2012

    Festivals

  • Stop motion lives!

    Jez Stewart risks the sneers of Guardian blog baiters to hail half a dozen instances of wholesome low-rent excellence at the Bradford Animation Festival.

    Jez Stewart
    Thursday 29 November 2012

    Festivals

  • Young Journalist Competition 2012 winners

    The entries and the winners of our competition for wannabe film interviewers, 15-22.

    Nick Bradshaw
    Monday 19 November 2012

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  • Run Wrake, 1965-2012

    Gary Thomas remembers the distinctive British pop animator.

    Gary Thomas
    Thursday 15 November 2012

    Obituaries

  • Keep it local: the 2012 FrightFest Hallowe’en All-nighter

    Good old suburban-teen angst and small-town abductions won the night against supermarket sharks, alternate-universe zombies and motel torture, recalls FrightFest survivor Anton Bitel.

    Anton Bitel
    Thursday 15 November 2012

    Festivals

  • The Cinema Militans Lecture 2012: Semih Kaplanoglu

    The winner of the Berlinale Golden Bear (for 2010’s Honey (Bal)) sets out the seeds of his filmic meditations – from the pure cinema of Tarkovsky, Hitchcock and Weerasethakul to Sufism, Turkish village life and the Suleymaniye Mosque in Istanbul.

    Semih Kaplanoglu
    Wednesday 7 November 2012

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