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”

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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”