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Thought to be lost for years, this playful film combines abstract geometry and textures to create a visible soundtrack, and even features the fingerprints of the director himself, writes Ian Christie.
Wednesday 19 June 2019
Commissioned by the Rotterdam Film Festival, the two video essayists’ Re-enacting the Future raised questions about recreations and disseminations of revolt and the line between documentary and propaganda, memory and annihilation, writes Tara Judah.
Thursday 14 March 2019
Vincent Lambe’s tactful, powerful recreation of the Jamie Bulger case – the before and after of the infamous child murder – turns the spotlight on our response to incomprehensible horror, says Alex Dudok de Wit.
Alex Dudok de Wit
Friday 25 January 2019
On the evidence of this hazy, surreal gem, Diogo Costa Amarante is a director to watch, writes Laurence Boyce.
Thursday 16 March 2017
Offering a snapshot of British short-form filmmaking, BAFTA’s shorts showcase is touring the country’s cinemas with the highlights of new British documentary, drama and animation in a matter of minutes. Here are this year’s eight award nominees.
Wednesday 8 February 2017
Farewell, King Coal: this year’s Big Meeting will mark the first in an era without working deep-pit mines in Britain. Thirza Wakefield looks back at 1984 and the beginning of the end.
Friday 4 March 2016
Who gets to tell the story – or stories – of a democratic struggle? Sophie Mayer explores Alisa Lebow’s bustling nonlinear ‘meta-documentary, encompassing the voices of 30 Egyptian filmmakers, artists and activists.
Sunday 7 February 2016
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