An insight into contemporary film culture Manchester-style with Cornerhouse programmer Rachel Hayward. By Simran Hans.
How Edinburgh’s Filmhouse is expanding cinema – into other cinemas. By Harriet Warman.
Chris Robinson talks rage, regrets and revelations with the maker of the tragicomic rhapsody It’s Such a Beautiful Day.
The roving auteur talks widescreen isolation, collapsing timeframes, cranes in the bedroom and his adaptation of Patrick White’s The Eye of the Storm with Dan Callahan.
The director of Birmingham gang-peace documentary One Mile Away talks outsider empathy, police harassment and social-enterprise DVD giveaways with Ashley Clark.
Carmen Gray talks class, fear and noises off with the director of Neighbouring Sounds.
The veteran Polish master talks to Alison Frank about Communist censorship, animated animals and the history of painting, from cave to salon.