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Interview with writer/director Sydney Freeland at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival
26 Jan 2014
First time writer/director Sydney Freeland made quite a splash at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival with her Drunktown’s Finest feature. She represents not only one of the few woman directors but a Nati...

Interview with Mission director Mark Buchanan
5 Dec 2013
Mission is a short science fiction film set in Scotland from director Mark Buchanan, well worth seeking out. He was good enough to answer a few questions... TSI: Did it take a long time to set ...

Interview with Zhang Yuan
25 Oct 2013
While the great filmmakers of China’s so-called fifth generation, e.g. Chen Kaige and Zhang Yimou, now paint stories on a broader canvas with stately epics, the films of writer-director Zhang Yuan ar...

Interview with Anders Morganthaler
16 Sep 2013
The following interview was conducted in January, 2007. Danish animator Anders Morgenthaler is widely known in his home country as the creator of the children’s television shows KatjaKaj & BenteBen...

TV Feature: Top Ten Sheriffs
21 Aug 2013
Here's a feature we were sent to advertise Banshee - consider yourself square-eyed if you recognise every one of these... Sheriffs have made a come back, ruling our television screens once a...

Planet Hong Kong: Science Fiction, Chinese Style
3 Jul 2013
In the wild world of Hong Kong film, science fiction seems at first glance, an underrepresented genre. Lack of Hollywood sized budgets isn’t an issue as much as cultural differences. Who needs a st...

Interview with A River Changes Course Director Kalyanee Mam at 2013 SFIFF
2 May 2013
The documentary feature film playing at the 2013 San Francisco International Film Festival A River Changes Course takes an intimate look at families living along the Tonle Sap River which chang...

What’s the Most 1980s Film of All Time?
4 Apr 2013
How do you sum up a decade with one movie? A whole ten years have to be taken into account, and a lot can happen in that passage of time, but there are certain cultural artefacts which encapsulate th...

Bugsy
20 Feb 2013
The movie Bugsy was released in 1991 and starred Warren Beatty, Barry Levinson and Mark Johnson. Directed by Barry Levinson the movie tells the tale of Benjamin Bugsy Siegel who is a member of the New...

Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang: A Personal Journey through the highs and lows of James Bond
10 Feb 2013
Everyone’s favourite vodka martini-swigging, monogamy-scorning superspy celebrated his fiftieth anniversary at the movies in 2012. So, twenty-three (official) films down the line, how does the James ...

Interview with filmmakers of Charlie Victor Romeo at 2013 Sundance Film Festival
26 Jan 2013
Part of the excitement of Sundance involves experimental films where the filmmakers create audacious and bold experiences. Such can be said for the documentary Charlie Victor Romeo in which the...

Inteview with Filmmakers and Star of The Moo Man at Sundance Film Festival 2013
26 Jan 2013
While many films at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival offer thrills and high concepts, the documentary The Moo Man focuses on an English farmer who treats his cows better than some people treat h...

Golden Turkeys: The Bad Attitude
15 Dec 2012
In 1980, brothers Harry and Michael Medved had their book The Golden Turkey Awards published and it was a worldwide hit. It was a follow up to their previous book, The Fifty Worst Movies of...

Bond B.C. to A.D.: Before Craig – Assessing Dalton
20 Nov 2012
When Timothy Dalton voiced his opinion that Daniel Craig may now be the best James Bond rather than the previously, dearly held belief it was Sean Connery who had been the finest 007, he was saying so...

Manor On Movies: Sick Flicks To Ditch That Itch
18 Nov 2012
Bloodsucking Freaks/Ilsa, She-Wolf Of The SS Say, in a fit of lunacy, you get engaged. Or the booty call actually believed all that “Ooh, I love you, baby” crap and, instead of politely goi...

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