My video interview calling for the continued production and exhibition of photochemical film for the Film Advocacy Task Force. Watch it on Vimeo here. Image from Astor Theatre, 2012, courtesy of Loz Dalton.
Tag Archives: 35mm
Re-inventing Mitchell & Kenyon: Local Films for Local People at IFFR 2018
At this year’s International Film Festival Rotterdam, as part of the Critics’ Choice IV programme, Dr Peter Walsh & I staged a contemporary cinema-going film experiment. Bringing the films of Mitchell & Kenyon to life, with a live cinema event, we showed several of their films on 35mm at Rotterdam’s amazing venue, WORM. We alsoContinue reading “Re-inventing Mitchell & Kenyon: Local Films for Local People at IFFR 2018”
Encounters with 35mm: Bronco’s House and the film revival
Following Encounters Short Film Festival in 2017, I was moved to write about a film that, after repeat viewings, has deeply affected me and become of my most highly rated contemporary works, Mark Jenkin’s Bronco’s House. My article appears for BFI Sight & Sound online, “Mark Jenkin’s short movie about the Cornish housing crisis wasContinue reading “Encounters with 35mm: Bronco’s House and the film revival”