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“If you want to understand any woman, you must first ask her about her mother and then listen carefully. – The more a daughter knows about the details of her mother’s life, without flinching or whining, the stronger the daughter’ – Anita Diamont
A blog post on the landscape of independent cinema right now, by PAC Director and Film Programmer, Anna Navas.
April 3, 2020: Exactly one month ago I was on the train to London, looking forward to four days of back-to-back film previews, catching up with colleagues and friends in the industry … Continue Reading
Reclaim the Frame: Andrea Luka Zimmerman in conversation with Lemn Sissa
Sunday 05 April 2020, 18:00–19:00
As part of Birds’ Eye View’s Reclaim the Frame series, artist Andrea Luka Zimmerman is joined by author Lemn Sissay to discuss her film Here for Life on Zoom. Following this discussion, the audience will be … Continue Reading
The Invisible Man (2020) is a fresh new take on the original 1897 novel from H.G Wells about a scientist driven mad after inventing the ability to become invisible. The most famous film adaptation is the 1933 original starring Claude Rains as Jack Griffin. Directed by James Whale (who also directed Frankenstein), … Continue Reading
This collaboration with The Imperfect Orchestra was inspired by the legacy of a collection of documents and artefacts from the artist’s grandmother Dilys Richardson (nee Tully), born in 1922. The daughter of a cinema pianist and a tax clerk, she lost her mother at the age of 4 and was … Continue Reading
Metamorphosis is Chris Muirhead’s directorial debut; a 40 minute film shot by Amber Amare and with a score written and performed by the Imperfect Orchestra.’
A modern re-imagining of Kafka’s Die Verwandlung ~ ‘The Metamorphosis’ ~ is a silent movie, with a score written and performed by The Imperfect Orchestra. … Continue Reading
Regular blog contributor Helen Tope had the chance to watch A Beautiful day in the Neighborhood in our cinema before our temporary closure had to be enforced. Our cinema might be closed, but we’re keeping our blog alive with film reviews and cinema related articles!