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The Afterlight: a film of immortals en route to oblivion

Assembling movie clips from across space and time, Charlie Shackleton’s collage film sees cinematic icons and bit-players alike convene at a watering hole named The Afterlight. It’s one answer to the question: what do the dead do all day?

By Jonathan Romney

The Afterlight: a film of immortals en route to oblivion
News

Approaching Shadows and a game-changing, people-centred model for film production

By Clare Baines

Approaching Shadows and a game-changing, people-centred model for film production
5 things to watch

5 things to watch this weekend – 1 to 3 July

By Samuel Wigley

5 things to watch this weekend – 1 to 3 July
Features

Time at the bar: how every scene in EastEnders’ Queen Vic pub became an epic film event

By Matthew Harle

Time at the bar: how every scene in EastEnders’ Queen Vic pub became an epic film event
News

All about StoryTrails, a new immersive storytelling project drawing inspiration from the UK’s moving image archive

All about StoryTrails, a new immersive storytelling project drawing inspiration from the UK’s moving image archive
Reviews

Nitram: a sensitive cautionary tale against lax gun laws

By Carmen Gray

Nitram: a sensitive cautionary tale against lax gun laws
Interviews

There’s no Greek weird wave: Jacqueline Lentzou on Moon, 66 Questions

By Georgia Korossi

There’s no Greek weird wave: Jacqueline Lentzou on Moon, 66 Questions
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