Archive for June, 2010

Kino #18 Dissected

WARNING: EXTREMELY VIOLENT CONTENT. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. SERIOUSLY. Tea Break from Sam Walker on Vimeo. I’ve got gore on the brain after Monday’s screening. No, not Al. The blood and guts kind. Dark duo Sam Walker and Tim Reeves (responsible for last week’s Film of the Week, Duck Children) were our guest filmmakers giving […]

Film of the Week: Camera, by David Cronenberg (2000)

It’s pretty heartening to know that even the big guns make short films. Also heartening that they don’t always feel the need to be part of some larger feature project to do so. I couldn’t make it through more than half of Paris, Je t’aime before sticking on something that 1) was not disabled by […]

Stick it on your lovefilm list #1: The Father of my Children (2009)

Welcome to our new series – but if it really is going to be a regular thing, we might need a snappier name.  I’ve started this because every now and then, lovefilm send me something which is way better than I expect. And, when that happens, I spread the word. Unfortunately, that word usually just […]

Oscar-nominated Clyde Henry Productions give exclusive interview to ! Part 1

Last week our Film of the Week was the oscar-nominated animated short Madame Tutli-Putli, by Montreal filmmakers Chris Lavis and Maciek Szczerbowsk, otherwise known as Clyde Henry Productions. 5 years in the making, Madame Tutli-Putli follows the eponymous main character as she travels alone on the night train, weighed down with all her earthly possessions […]