|The Night of the Hunter
|Kevin Brownlow, Andrew Mollo
|My Brother's Wedding
British cinema considers civilisation, its destruction of other cultures and its own ultimate demise, through a simple love story
Obsessive compulsive cinematic brilliance
My Brother's Wedding
Charles Burnett is the poet of African US cinema
Should never have been funded – exec producer Mamoun Hassan put his career on the line to make a film which captured Black youth at a time when society at large was trying to crush them. Chris Menges' photography, a nuanced script and a slice of unseen life all contribute to its continuing standing.
Cinematic and poetic expression of defiance and oppression by New World Africans.
Cinematic poetry that rarely gets a chance to breathe… on this rare occasion, with minimal funding, it became a Venice winner.