Directors Arun Bhattarai and Dorottya Zurbó follow a Bhutan government official as she surveys citizens for the country’s Gross National Happiness index, prompting intriguing questions about what ...
Movies don’t come any more unremittingly bleak thanThe Devil’s Bath, which finds the filmmaking team of Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala shifting from horror to historiography. It’s a move that suits ...
Horror director Chris Nash explores the slasher movie form from a different angle as we follow a once-human bogeyman on a brutal, slow-paced killing rampage through the remote woods of Northern ...
Using new generative software, director Gary Hustwit explores Brian Eno‘s creative strategies using a jigsaw puzzle of interview sequences designed to screen in random order, an inspired approach that ...
This guide gives you advice and recommendations on how to write a good application for the Innovation Challenge Call 1: video games The Innovation Challenge Fund seeks to support new solutions to the ...
The fund’s first call will support innovation for UK video games. It will pose two separate challenges for not-for-profits and their partners to respond to, addressing related issues around ...
Conducted mainly in Spanish, this interactive study day will use short films to explore themes of identity and culture, introduce students to new vocabulary and provide them with opportunities to ...
Director Osgood Perkins’s enigmatic horror follows a rookie FBI agent on the case of an occultist serial killer known as Longlegs, played by a terrifying Nicolas Cage in full ‘nouveau shamanic’ acting ...
Combining lo-fi CGI, video game gags and the sadism of a Looney Tunes short, director Mike Cheslik’s repetitive but lovable comedy about a boozed-up Wisconsin fur trapper is a cult movie in the making ...
This guide gives you advice and recommendations on how to write an application that can be considered for the Innovation Challenge Fund Challenge Call 2 – AI in screen and moving image archives. The ...
Combining drollness and dread, writer-director Jason Yu offers a subtly unnerving exploration of marriage in Sleep. The mix of tones is characteristically Korean, but the film is pleasingly individual ...