Good Time

October 9, 2017

Most writers want to break the rules, be free of the constrictor of what is acceptable and what isn’t. But there are some rules that should be endeared to, that your protagonist should be likeable […]

Casting

October 9, 2017

Films about filmmaking often dance on a thin line between introspection and self-indulgence. High risk particularly when it concerns the actual casting of actors, where egos are the somewhat focus for derision and ridicule to […]

Wrath of Silence (Bao Wu Lie Sheng)

October 8, 2017

Set on the outskirts of a city in mining villages in China, a little boy goes missing and his outcast mute father, Zhang Baomin, who has a temper and violent streak goes seeking for him. […]

School Life

October 7, 2017

This is the sort of documentary that could have easily been chopped up and giving a voice over and packaged for Channel 4, but instead directors Neasa Ní Chianáin, David Rane give it the respect […]

Filmworker

October 7, 2017

During his time on this earth, the acclaimed directing genius Stanley Kubrick was a fairly mysterious force, who pushed cinema to new limits, but also the people who worked for him. No more so than […]

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