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More than Stories is a film composed of three parts and made over 12 years, that has at its heart the haunted memories of Jewish life embedded in stories passed down to artist Anya Lewin by her father. The film takes place in three different cities that his family inhabited during … Continue Reading
Our reviewer Helen Tope revisits Hitchcock’s classic.
Sitting in Alfred Hitchcock’s creative high-point, Rear Window is a textbook thriller. While it doesn’t have the psychosexual drama of Vertigo, Rear Window (released in 1954) treads tonally between the rooftop capers of To Catch a Thief and the nail-shredding tension of … Continue Reading
Organisers of Iris Prize LGBT+ Film Festival have made three short films from the Iris archive available for free on their YouTube channel. The films are all directed by women who have made short films with the £30,000 Iris Prize, sponsored by the Michael Bishop Foundation.
Saturday the 14th March was the last day PAC was open to the public. It is barely a month ago but feels like another lifetime. At that stage I think we were all still working with the idea … Continue Reading
Our reviewer Helen Tope revisits the classic 1944 film noir.
Provocative and darkly glamorous, Double Indemnity is director Billy Wilder’s take on the film noir genre. Released in 1944, the story of Walter Neff and Phyllis Dietrichson is sultry and grubby. A tale of greed, corruption and lust, this … Continue Reading
“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