Last week, a true titan of the cinema world left us. Ray Harryhausen, the man behind the iconic stop-motion beasts of 1950s, 60s and 70s cinema, sadly passed away at the age of 92.
Writer and director Nichola Tetlow picked up Best Bursary Film at the Exeter Phoenix Two Short Nights Film Festival 2012, with her film Watch Me Dance. It was only her second film, and she’s in preproduction for her third.
Craig Zobel’s indie flick has generated a storm of controversy around the world, with multiple reports of walk-outs at screenings. But sadly it doesn’t have the courage of its convictions.
One of the more exciting and interesting trends of early 2013 is the migration of South Korean directors to the world of English-language cinema.
The release of Flight got me thinking – what are the scariest plane-crashes on film?