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“Extended realities can change how you look at the world”: Ulrich Schrauth on LFF Expanded

How do you curate an exhibition of virtual reality works? And how have immersive experiences changed in recent years? We found out from LFF Expanded programmer Ulrich Schrauth.

By Georgia Korossi

“Extended realities can change how you look at the world”: Ulrich Schrauth on LFF Expanded
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Occupied City: Steve McQueen and Bianca Stigter on their chronicle of Amsterdam during wartime

By Lou Thomas

Occupied City: Steve McQueen and Bianca Stigter on their chronicle of Amsterdam during wartime
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Pat Collins on his John McGahern adaptation That They May Face the Rising Sun

By Georgia Korossi

Pat Collins on his John McGahern adaptation That They May Face the Rising Sun
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Nikyatu Jusu on Nanny: “I’ve learned the rules of horror, and done what I need to do to break them”

By Riley Wade

Nikyatu Jusu on Nanny: “I’ve learned the rules of horror, and done what I need to do to break them”
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Shaunak Sen on All That Breathes: a documentary about trans-species kinship

By Zahra al Hadad

Shaunak Sen on All That Breathes: a documentary about trans-species kinship
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Aubrey Plaza and John Patton Ford on Emily the Criminal, getting into trouble and classic crime films

By Lou Thomas

Aubrey Plaza and John Patton Ford on Emily the Criminal, getting into trouble and classic crime films
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Guy Maddin on Haunted Hotel: “If you see Björn from ABBA looking behind a curtain, you too are curious about what’s behind the curtain”

By Sam Wigley

Guy Maddin on Haunted Hotel: “If you see Björn from ABBA looking behind a curtain, you too are curious about what’s behind the curtain”
What to watch at LFF

The first million dollar movie: restoring Erich von Stroheim’s monumental Foolish Wives

By Bryony Dixon

The first million dollar movie: restoring Erich von Stroheim’s monumental Foolish Wives
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Belfast: Kenneth Branagh on an autobiographical drama “50 years in the making”

By Lou Thomas

Belfast: Kenneth Branagh on an autobiographical drama “50 years in the making”
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Chicken director Alana Hicks: “The industry is shifting radically. People are being held accountable for their bias”

By Whelan Barzey

Chicken director Alana Hicks: “The industry is shifting radically. People are being held accountable for their bias”
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“The political will is still not there”: Ken Fero on his potent police brutality documentary Ultraviolence

By Flora Spencer Grant

“The political will is still not there”: Ken Fero on his potent police brutality documentary Ultraviolence
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On maps and compasses – reflecting on storytelling with Bassam Tariq

By Elhum Shakerifar

On maps and compasses – reflecting on storytelling with Bassam Tariq
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An interview with Lav Diaz, the Filipino master of slow cinema

By Hyun Jin Cho

An interview with Lav Diaz, the Filipino master of slow cinema
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Expanding realities: An interview with Ulrich Schrauth, the man behind the LFF’s XR and immersive programme

Expanding realities: An interview with Ulrich Schrauth, the man behind the LFF’s XR and immersive programme