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Irish romantic comedy A Date for Mad Mary combines the charm of classic teen flicks with the rawness of realist drama. Director Darren Thornton tells Trevor Johnston how he made this unusual film, and why at 40, he identifies with teenage Mary’s predicament.
Thursday 16 February 2017
The artist-turned-filmmaker’s second feature uses still images of Mount Fuji to tell a love story and raise questions about photography, loss and Japanese culture. She tells Geoffrey Macnab why she asked the public to send her their snaps.
Tuesday 24 January 2017
Set at a poetry festival in Iran, the new feature from mixed heritage Canadian animator Ann Marie Fleming is a celebration of diaspora and cultural exchange. She talks to Chris Robinson about conversations across generations and borders.
Friday 9 December 2016
The “bit warped” filmmaker talk to Jez Stewart about the changing state of animation, Scouse humour and why he has made a sequel to the unforgettable Dad’s Dead.
Friday 11 November 2016
The artist and filmmaker talks the politics of place, allegories of exile and questions of film form with Erika Balsom.
Wednesday 5 October 2016
From her screen debut in the 1959 Soho sexposé Beat Girl to French pop stardom, skimpy turns in Blowup and A Clockwork Orange to cult stardom as a book-cover illustrator, Gillian Hills has never been bored, she tells Trevor Johnston…
Thursday 5 May 2016
The US-Italian documentarist’s immersive, poetic, hyperrealist portraits from America’s underbelly offer his characters a frank stage to show themselves. He tells Wendy Ide how he creates an empowering safe zone.
Tuesday 19 April 2016
From the Magazine
The late nouvelle vague auteur interviewed by Carlos Clarens and Edgardo Cozarinsky in the Autumn 1974 issue of Sight & Sound.
Carlos Clarens, Edgardo Cozarinsky
Tuesday 2 February 2016
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