Posts Tagged: BFI

Film Poems: a discussion about the films of Margaret Tait at the BFI

It was a real pleasure to discuss the films of Margaret Tait with Peter Todd, So Mayer and Lucy Reynolds at the BFI on 5 November. Advertisements

Film Poems: a discussion about the films of Margaret Tait at the BFI

It was a real pleasure to discuss the films of Margaret Tait with Peter Todd, So Mayer and Lucy Reynolds at the BFI on 5 November.

Where the girls are: female filmmakers at the 10th London Short Film Festival: Sight & Sound feature

Boys got to make nearly all the big films in 2012 – yet further down the film chain women directors are flourishing. Is this ghettoisation, or headway? This feature was originally published as an online exclusive by Sight & Sound

Where the girls are: female filmmakers at the 10th London Short Film Festival: Sight & Sound feature

Boys got to make nearly all the big films in 2012 – yet further down the film chain women directors are flourishing. Is this ghettoisation, or headway? This feature was originally published as an online exclusive by Sight & Sound

‘This is a Play!’ – breaking the fourth wall: feature for the BFI

US TV series like Mad Men and The Wire have been acclaimed for their studied authenticity and naturalism, but is it time for television to rediscover its experimental edge and bring the ‘fourth wall’ crashing down again? This feature was originally

‘This is a Play!’ – breaking the fourth wall: feature for the BFI

US TV series like Mad Men and The Wire have been acclaimed for their studied authenticity and naturalism, but is it time for television to rediscover its experimental edge and bring the ‘fourth wall’ crashing down again? This feature was originally