Highlights of Russian Film Week
by Amber Wilkinson
We pick four of the best from London fest.
What makes a Martyr?
by Amber Wilkinson
Mazen Khaled on male identity, death and freedom in his Biennale College film.
Keeping score
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Giorgio Ferrero on music and memory in his documentary hybrid Beautiful Things.
Mining the mystery
by Amber Wilkinson
Alena Lodkina on neo-realism, longing and outsider perspective in Strange Colours.
Landscape of love
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Francis Lee talks about authenticity and emotion in God's Own Country.
Pastures new
by Amber Wilkinson
Alec Secareanu and Josh O'Connor on preparing for God's Own Country.
Portrait of an artist
by Amber Wilkinson
Dome Karukoski on his biography of influential gay icon Tom Of Finland
Breaking the mould
by Amber Wilkinson
Jackie Clune and Jennifer Joseph on pushing boundaries in Julius Ceasar
Serious about Caesar
by Amber Wilkinson
Karen Dunbar on her role as Casca in Julius Caesar.
Shaking up Shakespeare
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Phyllida Lloyd talks about power, performance and prisons in the all-female Julius Caesar.
Shifting identities
by Amber Wilkinson
EIFF's Niall Greig Fulton talks to us about his Brexit-inspired retrospective.
Teenage kicks
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Kuba Czekaj talks about the shooting The Erlprince.
Portrait of a Lady
by Amber Wilkinson
William Oldroyd on austerity and colour-blind casting in his debut Lady Macbeth.
Ears for comedy
by Amber Wilkinson
Alessandro Aronadio in conversation about his absurdist drama.
World of difference
by Amber Wilkinson
Adam Sobel on his portrait of the Qatar migrant labour force The Workers Cup.
Making The Wound
by Amber Wilkinson
John Trengove talks about the challenges of his coming-of-age drama.
Stepping into the dark
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Kiro Russo talks about his debut feature Dark Skull.
Soaring ambition
by Amber Wilkinson
Otto Bell on shooting The Eagle Huntress and the remarkable star of his documentary.
My Men opens French Film Festival
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Emma Luchini attends Q&A
Made In Prague highlights
by Amber Wilkinson
Five to watch from the programme.
Heart of the story
by Amber Wilkinson
Jane Gull talks about casting and shooting My Feral Heart.
Stone: US state security way beyond East German Stasi
by Amber Wilkinson
Snowden director and stars talk about whistleblowing, terrorism and biopic.
Women on top
by Amber Wilkinson
Sigourney Weaver on rise of strong female roles, support for Clinton and A Monster Calls.
Five to watch on 4K
by Jennie Kermode and Amber Wilkinson
The latest Ultra HD Blu-ray releases reveal a format whose time has come.
Lost and profound
by Amber Wilkinson
Verena Kuri and Sofia Brockenshire talk about their feature debut One Sister.
Faith in the family
by Amber Wilkinson
Shubhashish Bhutiani on his feature debut Hotel Salvation and Venice's Biennale College.
Childhood ambition
by Amber Wilkinson
Brady Corbet on making audiences think, Robert Pattinson and the culture of celebrity.
Sound and fury signifying everything
by Amber Wilkinson
Brady Corbet on history repeating itself and the look and score of The Childhood Of A Leader.
Sex in the village
by Amber Wilkinson
Leena Yadav on gender politics, conditioning and getting away from the blame game in Parched.
Stranger than fiction
by Amber Wilkinson
Jeff Feuerzeig on documenting the creation of a 'literary myth' in Author: The JT Leroy Story
A postcard from Karlovy Vary
by Amber Wilkinson
We report from the Czech festival.
Q & A
by Amber Wilkinson
Brahman Naman director on men, music and the resurgence of Indian cinema.
Fish and quips
by Amber Wilkinson
Naman Ramachandran and Steve Barron talk about brains and libido in Brahman Naman.
Story of The Settlers
by Amber Wilkinson
Shimon Dotan on the history and potential future of Israeli settlers in the West Bank.
Pretty things
by Amber Wilkinson
Michael Curtis Johnson and Tomas Pais on creativity, family and keeping everything Hunky Dory.
Terror in Tehran
by Amber Wilkinson
Babak Anvari talks about inspiration, the djinn myth and the trouble with dolls in Under The Shadow.
Noting the difference
by Amber Wilkinson
Composers Danny Bensi and Saunder Jurriaans talk about Christine, Frank & Lola and The Fits.
Keeping faith
by Amber Wilkinson
Zhang Yang on casting and shooting Paths Of The Soul
Music of the ancestors
by Amber Wilkinson
Atli Örvarsson on his family connection to Rams, a move to Europe and drawing on tradition.
No holds barred
by Amber Wilkinson
Felix van Groeningen on music, hedonism and real-life inspiration in Belgica.
Sundance 2016: Festival Preview
by Amber Wilkinson
Films we're looking forward to at this year's edition.
Christmas spirit
by Amber Wilkinson
Hector director on homelessness and humanity in his debut feature.
Learning from history
by Amber Wilkinson
Aferim! director Radu Jude on language, prejudice and seeing the past in the present.
Taking stock
by Amber Wilkinson
Grímur Hákonarson on shooting Rams, running for the Oscars and Icelandic co-operation.
Fresh Fokus on German film
by Amber Wilkinson
As the inaugural festival opens with Victoria, we preview the programme.
Location, dislocation and sexual frustration
by Amber Wilkinson
Ben Sharrock talks about his Basque quirky comedy romance Pikadero.
Beefing up reality
by Amber Wilkinson
Gabriel Mascaro on the mixture of the surreal and the actual in Neon Bull.
Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival highlights
by Amber Wilkinson
Films to look out for in the second edition.
Faithful representation
by Amber Wilkinson
Jake Mahaffy on religion, authenticity and empathy in Free In Deed.
Testing the limits
by Amber Wilkinson
Yorgos Zois on imagination and reality in Interruption.
In between worlds
by Amber Wilkinson
Hadar Morag on shifting perspectives and the collapse of language in Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me?
Child's play
by Amber Wilkinson
Kohki Hasei on Blanka, Manila's slums and kids' positivity.
Portrait of alienation
by Amber Wilkinson
Pema Tseden talks about Tharlo.
The challenges of Tharlo
by Amber Wilkinson
Yangshik Tso on identity, greed and working with Shide Nyima.
Moving on up
by Amber Wilkinson
Anna Rose Holmer on adolescence, gender identity and self-determination in The Fits.
Growing pains
by Amber Wilkinson
Kuba Czekaj talks about exploring adolescent fears in Baby Bump.
The first resistance
by Amber Wilkinson
Oliver Hirschbiegel on 13 Minutes, Nazis and Georg Elser's assassination attempt on Hitler.
The marriage of music and authenticity
by Amber Wilkinson
Composer Ilan Eshkeri on scoring Jake Chapman's TV series and Autobahn.
A grand connection
by Amber Wilkinson
Hermes Paralluelo talks about capturing his grandparents on camera for docufiction Not All Is Vigil.
That Sugar interview
by Amber Wilkinson
Sweet talk about the unsavoury effects of bad diet from Damon Gameau.
Bringing it home
by Amber Wilkinson
Max Barron on little British movies and how Everyone's Going To Die.
Focusing on the family
by Amber Wilkinson
Karen Guthrie talks about documenting her life in The Closer We Get.
My main hope is that audiences have fun
by Amber Wilkinson
EIFF artistic director Mark Adams talks about this year's festival.
Iberodocs opening night on song
by Amber Wilkinson
Mercedes Sosa documentary kicks-off second edition.
Try these at Tribeca
by Amber Wilkinson and Anne-Katrin Titze
Films and events to look out for at 2015's festival.
March to the cinema
by Amber Wilkinson
Round-up of festivals and showcases around the country this month.
Celebrating survival
by Amber Wilkinson
Kim Loginotto and Brenda Myers-Powell talk about documentary Dreamcatcher
Keeping score
by Amber Wilkinson
Composers Danny Bensi and Saunder Jurriaans talk about their work on films including Enemy, Nasty Baby, The Wolfpack and Last Days In The Desert.
Shaun The Sheep bar by baa
by Amber Wilkinson
Composer Ilan Eshkeri talks about scoring Aardman Animations' latest.
A heavenly role
by Amber Wilkinson
Ewan McGregor and Rodrigo García on Last Days In The Desert.
Nick Nolte on his Walk In The Woods
by Amber Wilkinson
Star talks about stunts and nature after his film's Sundance premiere.
Coming soon
by Jennie Kermode, Amber Wilkinson, Anne-Katrin Titze, Andrew Robertson
Our pick of the best independent films coming up in 2015.
Undistributed gems
by Amber Wilkinson, Anton Bitel, Rebecca Naughten, Michael Pattison, Andrew Robertson
The Eye For Film team pick some of their favourite films from the the festival circuit that have yet to find a UK distributor.
Two's company
by Amber Wilkinson
Paul Eenhoorn and Earl Lynn Nelson talk about bonding and battling the elements for road trip comedy Land Ho!
Drawing on real life
by Amber Wilkinson
Sylvain Chomet talks about his live-action feature Attila Marcel.
London Film Festival announces full line-up
by Amber Wilkinson
We take a look at some of the highlights coming to the capital this October.
Snapshot of a life
by Amber Wilkinson
Charlie Siskel on making Finding Vivian Maier.
Creating Gabriel
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Lou Howe on the development of his first feature film.
Growing pains
by Amber Wilkinson
Andrew T Betzer talks about youth aggression and communication in his debut Young Bodies Heal Quickly
Golden dreams
by Amber Wilkinson
Garnet Frost and Ed Perkins talk about personal journeys, spirituality and connection in documentary Garnet's Gold
Tribeca Film Festival: New York stories
by Amber Wilkinson
We take a look at Time Is Illmatic, Summer Of Blood, Gabriel, Five Star and X/Y
Architecture of love
by Amber Wilkinson
Joanna Hogg talks about making her third film Exhibition.
Danger man
by Amber Wilkinson
Denis Côté on ambiguity, surprise and risk-taking in Vic + Flo Saw A Bear.
Teenage kicks
by Amber Wilkinson
Matt Wolf and Jon Savage talk about their documentary on the emergence of youth culture.
Sundance: Episode Three
by Amber Wilkinson
Parenthood and experiemental filmmaking in Boyhood and 52 Tuesdays.
Sundance: Episode Two
by Amber Wilkinson
Mental health issues in Infinitely Polar Bear, Frank and The Voices
Sundance: Episode One
by Amber Wilkinson
Reports on Lilting and Whiplash
Sundance 2014
by Amber Wilkinson
Films to look out for at this year's festival
Slamdance at 20 - part two
by Amber Wilkinson
Festival president Peter Baxter on programming, collaboration and the future of the festival.
Slamdance at 20 - part one
by Amber Wilkinson
President and co-founder Peter Baxter on the origins and founding ethos of the indie festival.
Riding high
by Amber Wilkinson
Of Horses and Men director Benedikt Erlingsson talks sagas, mankind and Mitty.
Postcard from Tallinn Black Nights
by Amber Wilkinson
A taste of the film festival's international flavour.
Bringing something new to the Party
by Amber Wilkinson
Ali Ahmadzadeh talks about depicting the upper-class youth of Iran, the death of hope and the risks of Persian filmmaking.
Fairytale Korea move
by Amber Wilkinson
Producers Nick Bonner and Anja Daelemans talk about their unique co-production Comrade Kim Goes Flying.
Feeding the Fear
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Lovering talks about keeping his cast on edge in his psychological thriller.
French Film Festival takes flight with Yolande Moreau
by Amber Wilkinson
Henri Filmmaker attends opening gala of 21st edition.
Nature of man
by Amber Wilkinson
David Gordon Green on Prince Avalanche, the environment and listening to the silence.
Working on Le Week-End
by Amber Wilkinson
Hanif Kureishi and Roger Michell talk about their latest collaboration
Hugh Jackman in San Sebastian
by Amber Wilkinson
On life as a sex symbol, winning awards, and Wolverine.
San Sebastian Film Festival - Episode Two
by Amber Wilkinson
Fabulous females in Child's Pose, Le Week-End and Gravity, plus why Hanif Kureishi values age over youth.
San Sebastian Film Festival - Episode One
by Amber Wilkinson
Control in Enemy, The Zero Theorem and Like Father, Like Son.
Thriller in Manila
by Amber Wilkinson
Sean Ellis talks about his migration drama/heist hybrid.
Love in the face of prejudice
by Amber Wilkinson
Travis Fine on bringing Any Day Now to the screen.
Politics of youth
by Amber Wilkinson
Olivier Assayas on rebellion and commitment in Something In The Air.
Making Martin Bonner
by Amber Wilkinson
Chad Hartigan and Richmond Arquette in conversation.
This is Paul Eenhoorn
by Amber Wilkinson
The Aussie actor talks about his role in This Is Martin Bonner.
How The Gatekeepers opened up
by Amber Wilkinson
Dror Moreh on documenting the opinions of six former Shin Bet chiefs.
Pint of view
by Amber Wilkinson
Andy Heathcote, Heike Bachelier and Steve Hook talk about documentary The Moo Man.
Edinburgh Film Festival announces programme
by Amber Wilkinson
New strands include Not Another Teen Movie and American Dreams
Vidal statistics
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Nicholas Wrathall on his Gore documentary.
Fishing for truth
by Amber Wilkinson
Eric Steel talks about Megan Boyd documentary Kiss The Water
Achieving The Look Of Love
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Michael Winterbottom on his Paul Raymond biopic.
An audience with Stritch
by Amber Wilkinson
Broadway legend Elaine talks about her life
Tribeca Film Festival Diary - Passionate Portraits
by Amber Wilkinson
Documentaries on Gore Vidal, Elaine Stritch and teen origins.
Tribeca Film Festival - Parental problems
by Amber Wilkinson
Responsibility, relationships and failure are explored in Almost Christmas, The Broken Circle Breakdown, Bluebird, Dark Touch and Before Midnight
Tribeca Film Festival preview
by Anne-Katrin Titze and Amber Wilkinson
10 films to look out for in Manhattan this spring.
Inside Shell
by Amber Wilkinson
Scott Graham on his dad/daughter drama.
Top Gere
by Amber Wilkinson
Nicholas Jarecki talks about Arbitrage, big-name casts, power and corruption.
Fired up about inequality
by Amber Wilkinson
Fire In The Blood's Dylan Mohan Gray talks about HIV/AIDS in the developing world and the problems of Big Pharma.
Man in the No
by Amber Wilkinson
We talk to Pablo Larraín about his Oscar-nominated film.
Sundance Day Six: Focus Forward Competition winners
by Amber Wilkinson
Innovation and emerging documentary voices, as winners take home $200,000 in prize money.
Sundance 2013: Days 4 and 5
by Amber Wilkinson
The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear, Upstream Color, The Way, Way Back and Blackfish.
Sundance 2013: Day 3
by Amber Wilkinson
Ain't Them Bodies Saints, The East and Stoker.
Sundance 2013: Day 2
by Amber Wilkinson
The Look Of Love premiere, Austenland and The Spectacular Now
Sundance 2013: Day One
by Amber Wilkinson
Good and bad relationships in Two Mothers, This Is Martin Bonner, Newlyweeds, Mud, The Moo Man.
Sundance 2013: Opening night and press conference
by Amber Wilkinson
Robert Redford on embracing change, documentary Who Is Dayani Cristal? and Crystal Fairy
Sundance preview: 14 films we're looking forward to at this year's festival
by Amber Wilkinson
As indie filmmakers descend on Utah, we take a look at the films we're most looking forward to this year.
Carnage and Caravanning
by Amber Wilkinson
Steve Oram, Alice Lowe and Ben Wheatley talk about the blackly comic Sightseers.
A devil in the making
by Amber Wilkinson
Filmmaker Sally El Hosaini talks about love, authenticity and persistence in her debut feature My Brother The Devil.
Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival awards
by Amber Wilkinson
Colour wins top prize in night that celebrates films on mental wellbeing.
San Sebastian Film Festival Diary: Episode 4
by Amber Wilkinson
Parents and children face strife in Shell, After Lucia and Twice Born
San Sebastian Film Festival Diary: Episode 3
by Amber Wilkinson
With reviews of Michael Haneke's Amour, Post Tenebras Lux and Blancanieves.
San Sebastian Film Festival Diary: Episode 2
by Amber Wilkinson
Featuring Mexican stand-offs amongst reviews of Argo, No and Something In The Air.
San Sebastian Film Festival Diary - Day 1
by Amber Wilkinson
Featuring Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon and piles of tiny pintxos.
Documenting the dance of life
by Amber Wilkinson
Life in Movement co-director Bryan Mason talks about his very personal documentary about choreographer Tanja Liedtke.
Making the law
by Amber Wilkinson
John Hillcoat on his prohibition set gangster drama Lawless
In the shadow of the Troubles
by Amber Wilkinson
Andrea Riseborough and James Marsh talk about the making of Shadow Dancer.
Remembering Nora
by Amber Wilkinson
We look back at the life and work of Nora Ephron.
Flowers power
by Amber Wilkinson
Day Of The Flowers world premiere attracts blooming great audience.
Programming for posterity
by Amber Wilkinson
EIFF new artistic director Chris Fujiwara talks about diversity, adventurous audiences and the importance of awards, ahead of the festival's 66th edition.
Tribeca Episode Four: The quirky and the cynical in US indie romcoms
by Amber Wilkinson
Lola Versus, Free Samples and The Giant Mechanical Man
Tribeca Episode Three - surrogate parents and unfortunate obsessions
by Amber Wilkinson
The Girl, A Better Life and Rubberneck.
Tribeca Episode Two: Sleepless Nights and Cheerful Weather
by Amber Wilkinson
Sleepless Night, Whole Lotta Soul, Cheerful Weather For The Wedding and a couple of Shorts.
Tribeca Episode One: Fact in fiction
by Amber Wilkinson
Planet Of Snail, War Witch, Una Noche, Off Label and a chat to some documentarians.
Making the running
by Amber Wilkinson
Jerry Rothwell talks about his documentary style and latest film Town Of Runners.
Tribeca opening press conference
by Amber Wilkinson
Festival team talk 11 years of the festival, freedom and films that change your life.
Tribeca Film Festival preview
by Anne-Katrin Titze and Amber Wilkinson
10 films to look out for at this year's showcase.
Playing the Bill
by Amber Wilkinson
Charlie Creed-Miles talks about playing the titular character in Dexter Fletcher's debut.
The story of Wild Bill
by Amber Wilkinson
Dexter Fletcher on the father/son dynamics, character-driven drama and classy cast of his directorial debut.
Romantic comedy - an alien concept?
by Amber Wilkinson
Nacho Vigalondo discusses his latest film Extraterrestrial and upcoming thriller Windows.
Sundance Episode 5: Bestiaire, My Brother The Devil, Nobody Walks and Bachelorette
by Amber Wilkinson
Animals and keepers, running with the pack and beastly friends.
Sundance Episode 4: Mads Brugger on The Ambassador and Liberal Arts
by Amber Wilkinson
The germination of ideas... and germs.
Sundance Episode 3: Beasts Of The Southern Wild, Robot And Frank and Lay The Favourite.
by Amber Wilkinson
Unusual care-giving, a film to be beaten and playing the odds.
Sundance Episode 2: California Solo, Red Lights and The Ambassador
by Amber Wilkinson
Films explore showmanship, chicanery and self-denial.
Sundance Opening Night: Robert Redford, The Queen Of Versailles and Wish You Were Here
by Amber Wilkinson
Despite dark times there's no paralysis here, says founder.
Sundance Film Festival preview
by Amber Wilkinson
As the daddy of independent film festivals starts in Utah, we pick the films we're most looking forward to seeing.
The Fiennes art of Shakespeare
by Amber Wilkinson
We talk to Ralph Fiennes about the release of his directorial debut, Coriolanus
Choc-full of love
by Amber Wilkinson
Jean-Pierre Améris talks about his comedy Romantics Anonymous.
Past and present success
by Amber Wilkinson
Bertrand Tavernier discusses the contemporary aspects of his period drama The Princess Of Montpensier.
Beauty and the bullet
by Amber Wilkinson
Gerardo Naranjo talks about crime thriller Miss Bala
San Sebastian Film Festival: Days Five and Six
by Amber Wilkinson
Wild Bill, Extraterrestrial, Rampart, Los Marziano and Le Havre
San Sebastian Film Festival: Day Four
by Amber Wilkinson
Double Steps, Cousinhood, I Wish and Life Without Principle
San Sebastian Film Festival: Day 3
by Amber Wilkinson
Albert Nobbs, Shame, The Deep Blue Sea, Take This Waltz
San Sebastian Film Festival Day Two
by Amber Wilkinson
Day Two: Silver Tongues, Lola & Finisterrae
San Sebastian Film Festival Day One
by Amber Wilkinson
Opening night film Intruders, Bonsai, No Rest For The Wicked and Miss Bala
San Sebastian Film Festival 2011: A Preview
by Amber Wilkinson
Amber Wilkinson takes a look at the thrills in store at this year's San Sebastian Film Festival.
Making The Law
by Amber Wilkinson
Rachid Bouchareb talks about his Oscar-nominated film Outside The Law.
Nim remembered
by Amber Wilkinson
Bob Ingersoll talks about his friendship with the chimp at the heart of documentary Project Nim.
A career high
by Amber Wilkinson
Adam Sinclair talks exclusively about his lead role in Irvine Welsh's Ecstasy.
Redhead rampage
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Romain Gavras talks about Our Day Will Come.
Building A Better Life
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Chris Weitz talks about his immigrant father and son drama.
Creating the Kingdom
by Amber Wilkinson
Ben Mendelsohn talks about Animal Kingdom, manipulation and playing Rupert Murdoch.
Convento and the uncoventional
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Jarred Alterman and artist Christiaan Zwanikken talk about making their documentary with a difference.
Bombay Beach dreams
by Amber Wilkinson
Alma Har'el talks about collaboration and dance in her debut documentary.
The scent of John Waters
by Amber Wilkinson
Polyester shows in Odorama at EIFF.
Capturing Life In A Day
by Amber Wilkinson
Kevin Macdonald talks about creating his latest film from a series of YouTube submissions.
Edinburgh Film Festival opening gala
by Amber Wilkinson
The Guard marks low-key start for showcase.
Retro Rainbow
by Amber Wilkinson
Panos Cosmatos talks about the themes and influences of his sci-fi tale.
Tribeca Film Festival: Episode three - daring documentaries
by Amber Wilkinson
Bombay Beach does documentary dance and The Bully Project aims to change lives.
Tribeca Film Festival: Episode two
by Amber Wilkinson
Journals Of Musan, Puncture, Detective Dee, plus a trip to the reRun to see Pioneer and St Nick
Tribeca Film Festival: Episode one
by Amber Wilkinson
The Bang Bang Club, Point Blank and Last Night
Sir Elton John kicks off Tribeca Film Festival
by Amber Wilkinson
Star follows Cameron Crowe documentary The Union with showcase of songs.
Reel-y rural
by Amber Wilkinson
We take a look at the countryside cinema project making Screenwaves in Yorkshire.
Bringing Ink to life
by Amber Wilkinson
Writer/director Jamin Winans reveals how piracy brought his ambitious fantasy to a worldwide audience
Submarine director on the rise
by Amber Wilkinson
Richard Ayoade on his comedy film debut, the influence of Taxi Driver and why he's not a film buff.
Creating a Legacy
by Amber Wilkinson
Idris Elba, Thomas Ikimi and Eammonn Walker talk about their psychological thriller.
First time in the West
by Amber Wilkinson
Andy DeEmmony and Aqib Khan talk about making their film debuts with East Is East sequel West Is West
Sundance 2011: Day Six
by Amber Wilkinson
Martha Marcy May Marlene, Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same and Restless City
Sundance 2011: Day Five
by Amber Wilkinson
Ewen Bremner and David Mackenzie talk Perfect Sense, Kevin Macdonald discusses Life In A Day, and a look at The Cinema Hold Up.
Sundance 2011: Day Four
by Amber Wilkinson
Red State, Perfect Sense, Life In A Day and a drama of my own making.
Sundance 2011: Day Three
by Amber Wilkinson
Ticket To Paradise, Terri and a chat with Richard Ayoade.
Sundance 2011: Day Two
by Amber Wilkinson
Win Win, Tom McCarthy and The Ledge.
Sundance 2011: Opening night and day one
by Amber Wilkinson
Redford on retiring, plus reviews of Submarine, Tyrannosaur, Project Nim, The Music Never Stopped and Kaboom.
John Cooper talks Sundance and rebellion
by Amber Wilkinson
As Sundance kicks off, here's what the festival director said about stepping up to the top job last year.
Swift banter
by Amber Wilkinson
Billy Connolly, Jack Black, Emily Blunt, James Corden and Rob Letterman talk Gulliver's Travels.
Going back to Narnia
by Amber Wilkinson
Skandar Keynes, Liam Neeson, Georgie Henley and Will Poulter talk about Voyage Of The Dawn Treader
Some like it hot
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Ashley Horner, Nancy Trotter Landry and Liam Browne talk about making steamy romance brilliantlove.
A clown jewel
by Amber Wilkinson
French cinema comedian and director Pierre Étaix talks about his fight for his films and work with Jacques Tati.
Train of thought
by Amber Wilkinson
Lixin Fan talks about Chinese migration and his Last Train Home
San Sebastian Film Festival: Days Six and Seven
by Amber Wilkinson
A few festival favourites, Aita, Beautiful Boy, Barney's Version and Sarah's Key
San Sebastian Film Festival: Day Five
by Amber Wilkinson
Death and birth, Genpin, October and John Sayle's Amigo.
San Sebastian Film Festival: Day Four
by Amber Wilkinson
Journalists and their cough-ins, Marimbas From Hell and Black Bread
San Sebastian Film Festival: Day Three
by Amber Wilkinson
Carancho, Cirkus Columbia, Lucia, Post Mortem and a Rita Hayworth pintxo
San Sebastian Film Festival: Day Two
by Amber Wilkinson
Peter Mullan on a mantelpiece, Bicycle, Apple, Spoon and Honey.
San Sebastian Film Festival: Day One
by Amber Wilkinson
I Saw The Devil, Colours In The Dark and Neds
The Secret of success
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Juan José Campanella talks about his Oscar-winner The Secret In Their Eyes
Seeking refuge
by Amber Wilkinson
Singer-songwriter Louis Ronan-Choisy talks about his debut role in François Ozon's latest film.
Casting a spell
by Amber Wilkinson
Sorcerer's Apprentice star Jay Baruchel talks about magic at the movies.
Hell is a debut feature
by Amber Wilkinson
Writer/director Jarrod Whaley talks about the trials of his first feature Hell Is Other People and the plans for his second.
A Nice night out
by Amber Wilkinson
Howard Marks, Bernard Rose, Rhys Ifans and David Thewlis talk about Mr Nice at European premiere.
Edinburgh Film Festival - changing for the better
by Amber Wilkinson
Artistic director Hannah McGill talks about her festival of discovery, accessibility for all and the shifting sands of film distribution.
Capturing the cameraman
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Craig McCall talks about documenting groundbreaking cinematographer/director Jack Cardiff.
Behind the Milk Of Sorrow
by Amber Wilkinson
Claudia Llosa talks about Peru's history and the themes in her magic realist Golden Bear winning film.
Tribeca Film Festival: Questions Of Identity
by Amber Wilkinson
The changing face of the festival, plus identity in crisis at the movies.
Tribeca Film Festival Dispatches: A Brit of what you fancy
by Amber Wilkinson
A look at some of the British and Irish films on show - Legacy, Zonad, My Brothers and Brilliantlove.
Atom Egoyan talks Chloe
by Amber Wilkinson
The director considers marriage and his relationship to the mainstream.
As easy as 1234?
by Amber Wilkinson
Giles Borg talks about the joy of finally getting his debut film into cinemas and about his latest Flutter.
From Around The Bay to Babnik
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Alejandro Adams talks about his career to date and looks forward to the Cinequest premiere of his latest film.
Roaring into controversy?
by Amber Wilkinson
Chris Morris on his inspiration for suicide bomber comedy Four Lions - and why he isn't worried about the press
Sundance Film Festival 2010: Days Seven and Eight
by Amber Wilkinson
Lovers Of Hate, High School, Cyrus, Son Of Babylon, Red Chapel, Please Give, Howl and The Kids Are All Right.
Sundance Film Festival 2010: Day Six
by Amber Wilkinson
Buried, Winter's Bone, Bran Nue Day, Contracorriente and a late-night podcast.
Sundance Film Festival 2010: Day Five
by Amber Wilkinson
Shorts in the snow and a Blue Valentine.
Sundance Film Festival 2010: Day Four
by Amber Wilkinson
Stalking Four Lions, Smash His Camera, Exit Through The Gift Shop and Night Catches Us.
Sundance Film Festival 2010: Day Three
by Nick Da Costa and Amber Wilkinson
A chat with John Cooper, The Killer Inside Me
Sundance Film Festival 2010: Day Two (Part Two)
by Amber Wilkinson
We check out Chris Morris's Four Lions and Phillip Seymour Hoffman's debut Jack Goes Boating.
Sundance Film Festival 2010: Day Two (Part One)
by Nick Da Costa and Amber Wilkinson
We talk to Lucas Black and Aaron Schneider, hear what ASCAP has to offer and review Winter's Bone, Daddy Longlegs and Splice.
Sundance Film Festival 2010: Opening night and day one
by Nick Da Costa and Amber Wilkinson
Happythankyoumoreplease, Restrepo, Last Train Home and Hesher
Stepping into Sundance
by Amber Wilkinson
What we're looking forward to at the festival
Teenage kicks
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Gerardo Naranjo talks about the rebellious motivations behind I'm Gonna Explode
Top 50
by Jennie Kermode, Amber Wilkinson, Scott Macdonald, Anton Bitel, Andrew Robertson, George Williamson, Severine, James Benefield, James Gracey, Val Kermode, Steve Harwood, Stuart Crawford
Eye For Film's pick of the best films of the last decade.
Is our greener future a gas?
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Gregory Kallenberg talks about the energy implications of his documentary Haynesville.
Vive le France
by Amber Wilkinson
As the French Film Festival kicks off across the UK, we take a look at the line-up
AiM for diversity
by Amber Wilkinson
As the Africa in Motion Film Festival kicks off this week, we look at the line-up with festival co-director Lizelle Bisschoff.
Eye For Books
by Susanna Krawczyk and Amber Wilkinson
We review Dark Places: Haunted Houses In Film and 100 American Independent Films - BFI Screen Guides
Helping Crimson Wing take flight
by Amber Wilkinson
Matthew Aeberhard, Leander Ward and Melanie Finn talk about making Disneynature's first feature.
San Sebastian Film Festival: Day Seven
by Amber Wilkinson
Ana Kokkinos and Mirando Otto on Blessed, Brenda Blethyn on London River and Yuki & Nina.
San Sebastian Film Festival: Day Six
by Amber Wilkinson
Blessed, Together and Sir Ian McKellen picks up Donostia.
San Sebastian Film Festival: Day Five
by Amber Wilkinson
Hadewijch, Jim Jarmusch and The Limits Of Control
San Sebastian Film Festival: Day Four
by Amber Wilkinson
A chat with Juan Jose Campanella and Mathias Glasner, Get Low, Mother and The Scouting Book For Boys
San Sebastian Film Festival: Day Three
by Amber Wilkinson
The White Ribbon, This Is Love, The Dancer And The Thief and the hazards of working in multiple languages.
San Sebastian Film Festival: Day Two
by Amber Wilkinson
Atom Egoyan on Chloe, Francois Ozon on Le Refuge, The Secret Of Their Eyes and Northless
San Sebastian Film Festival: Day One
by Amber Wilkinson
Chloe, Inglourious Basterds, Whatever Works and a wall of prawns.
Eisenberg in Adventureland
by Amber Wilkinson
Actor Jesse talks about his latest role in Greg Mottola's coming-of-age romance.
All about Adam
by Amber Wilkinson
Hugh Dancy and Max Mayer talk about their new film, which hits cinemas this week.
The coming of the Antichrist
by Amber Wilkinson
Cinematographer Anthony Dod Mantle talks about working on Lars von Trier's controversial feature.
Rum relationships
by Amber Wilkinson
Claire Denis talks about her latest film, which focus on the bond between a father and daughter.
Fresh Visions: Loose talk
by Amber Wilkinson
In the second of our features on up-and-coming directors we talk to Alastair Siddons about documentary Turn It Loose.
All Tomorrow's Parties hits the EIFF
by Amber Wilkinson
Future Cinema bring a secret with them to Edinburgh
Le Donk World Premiere Party
by Amber Wilkinson
The credit crunch filmmaking revolution extends to the premiere party.
Bagpipes and b-boys
by Amber Wilkinson
The latest instalment of our Edinburgh festival diary.
Around the world in 24 hours
by Amber Wilkinson, Andrew Robertson and Scott Macdonald
The best of international cinema on day two at Edinburgh.
Shooting for the Moon
by Amber Wilkinson
Duncan Jones talks exclusively about shooting his hyper-low budget sci-fi film.
Resurrecting the Terminator
by Amber Wilkinson
Visual effects supervisor Charles Gibson talks exclusively about shooting Salvation and animating Arnie.
Boxing clever
by Amber Wilkinson
Luis Piedrahita reveals the secrets of Fermat's Room.
Tribeca Film Festival: Con Artist, North and it's a wrap.
by Amber Wilkinson
The final days of the festival.
Tribeca Film Festival: Days Eight and Nine
by Amber Wilkinson
Fish Eyes, Serious Moonlight, When We Were Beautiful, plus a flash of brilliance and award-winning shorts.
Tribeca Film Festival: Days Six and Seven
by Amber Wilkinson
Catching Departures, The Eclipse, TiMER, Fish Child... and a cold.
Tribeca Film Festival: Day Five
by Amber Wilkinson
Handsome Harry, a chat with Jamey Sheridan, plus Josh Lucas and Michael Cuesta's Tell Tale.
Kirby Dick explains his Outrage
by Amber Wilkinson
The director reveals what motivated him to spotlight closeted and hypocritical US politicians in his latest film.
Tribeca Film Festival Diary Days Three and Four
by Amber Wilkinson
Kirby Dick's Outrage, Newsmakers, Jose Padhila on Garapa and Meat Without Feet.
Tribeca Film Festival Diary 2009: Days One and Two
by Amber Wilkinson
The fest and the future, Swimsuit Issue, Here And There, About Elly, Stay Cool and a brush with My Last Five Girlfriends.
Getting In The Loop
by Amber Wilkinson
James Gandolfini and Mimi Kennedy talk about their roles in Armando Iannucci's satire.
Making Manero
by Amber Wilkinson
Exclusive interview with Pablo Larraín about his dark and gritty drama centring on a John Travolta-obssessed Chilean.
Bart got a release date
by Amber Wilkinson
Ten years after he conceived it, Brian Hecker's Bart Got A Room is finally coming out in the US - we talk to him about the film's journey.
Jasmine's journey
by Amber Wilkinson
The director of Cactus talks about making the move from camerawoman to writer/director.
Wizards of Oz
by Amber Wilkinson
As the 15th London Australian Film Festival opens, we take a look at what's on and ask what the future holds in store for the film industry Down Under.
Sean Ellis on The Brøken
by Amber Wilkinson
The director discusses his new horror thriller.
Sundance Diary: Day Eight
by Amber Wilkinson and Tony Sullivan
Big Fan, An Education, The Cove, Tyson, Carmo Hit The Road, Old Partner and Adam
Sundance Diary: Day Seven
by Amber Wilkinson and Tony Sullivan
James Gandolfini, Mimi Kennedy and Paul Solet, plus The Only Good Indian and The Immaculate Conception Of Little Dizzle.
Sundance Diary: Day Six
by Amber Wilkinson and Tony Sullivan
Grace, World's Greatest Dad, plus the BMI Snowball and Armando Iannucci.
Sundance Diary: Day Five
by Amber Wilkinson
Sin Nombre, The Winning Season, The Informers, Bronson, Earth Days and The End Of The Line.
Sundance Diary: Day Four
by Amber Wilkinson and Tony Sullivan
Don't Let Me Drown, In The Loop, Crude, plus Ewan McGregor and Jim Carrey
Sundance Diary: Day Three
by Amber Wilkinson and Tony Sullivan
Cold Souls, When You're Strange, Victoria Day and 500 Days Of Summer
The Wrestler: Press Conference
by Amber Wilkinson
What Aronofsky, Rourke and Tomei said about the film in New York.
Sundance Diary: Day Two
by Amber Wilkinson and Tony Sullivan
Lulu And Jimi, William Kunstler: Disturbing The Universe, The Clone Returns Home. Plus Herzog vs. The Hoff.
Sundance Diary: Opening night and day one
by Amber Wilkinson
Mary and Max best opener in years, Brit sci-fi Moon, Iran doc The Glass House and Lee Daniels' Push.
Write on at Sundance
by Amber Wilkinson
Sundance "lab" history and we talk to UK filmmaker Sally El Hosaini about taking the My Brother The Devil script to Utah.
Creating a mouse's tale
by Amber Wilkinson
Tale Of Despereaux modelling supervisor Ben Lambert talks exclusively to us about the making of the film.
The beauty of Maleficent
by Amber Wilkinson
We talk to Disney animator Burny Mattinson about the creation of the classic villain in Sleeping Beauty.
All fired up
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Sharon Maguire on the impact of terrorism in the modern world - envisioned in her latest film Incendiary.
Into Africa
by Amber Wilkinson
AiM Festival showcases more than 40 films from across the continent.
Ten of the best
by Amber Wilkinson
Films to look out for at London Film Festival
Revolutionary life
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Steven Soderbergh on making his two-part epic about Che Guevara.
City of memories
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Jia Zhang-Ke talks about the inspiration behind his fact meets fiction look at the lives of factory workers.
Good Dick
by Chris, and Amber Wilkinson
Marianna Palka and Jason Ritter talk about the inspiration for their film.
Appetites of Hunger
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Steve McQueen talks about what drove him to make his Camera d'Or winning film about Bobby Sands' hunger strike.
Joanna Hogg talks Unrelated
by Amber Wilkinson
The accomplished director discusses her feature film debut.
Free and independent
by Amber Wilkinson
Bootleg Film Festival shows indie films for nothing - we find out what its all about.
Want to do the Raindance?
by Amber Wilkinson
We take a look at this year's programmes and pick our five films to watch for.
Sparkling Perry
by Amber Wilkinson
In our exclusive interview Brit acting stalwart Perry Benson talks about his contrasting roles in Somers Town and Mum & Dad.
Jose Padhila on Elite Squad
by Amber Wilkinson
The Brazilian director talks about violence, drugs, politics, and how he risked his life to make his award-winning film.
The kids are all right
by Amber Wilkinson
At least they will be, if you take them to the Family Friendly Film Festival in Manchester this August.
Sachs of talent
by Amber Wilkinson
The director of Married Life talks about his latest film and his inspirations in our exclusive interview.
Truth a casulty of war?
by Amber Wilkinson
Brian De Palma questions the reporting of the Iraq conflict and talks about the inspiration to make Redacted.
Giving British films some Punch
by Amber Wilkinson
Donkey Punch director Olly Blackburn and cast Jaime Winstone, Sian Breckin and Nichola Burley talk about the film.
The visitors
by Amber Wilkinson
Tom McCarthy, Hiam Abbass and Richard Jenkins talk about their latest film while in town for the EIFF.
Creature feature
by Amber Wilkinson
Legendary animator Ray Harryhausen talks about his life and work.
EIFF diary episode five
by Amber Wilkinson
More of the <a href="http://www.eyeforfilm.co.uk/review/three-miles-north-of-molkom-film-review-by-amber-wilkinson">Three Miles North of Molkom</a> team and some One Minute Wonders.
EIFF diary episode four
by Amber Wilkinson
We catch up with <a class="banner_lnk_red" href="http://www.eyeforfilm.co.uk/reviews.php?film_id=13454">Elite Squad</a> director Jose Padhila and the great Ray Harryhausen as the festival action continues.
EIFF diary episode three
by Amber Wilkinson
Ira Sachs, Alex Orr, Jin Guang-hao, Stuart Condy, and a mysterious igloo...
EIFF diary episode two
by Amber Wilkinson and Stuart Crawford
In between drinks our intrepid reporters meet Billy Boyd, Perry Benson, Duane Hopkins, Tom McCarthy, Richard Jenkins and Hiam Abbass - plus, what it's like to be in the same room as Hannibal Lecktor!
EIFF diary episode one
by Amber Wilkinson
All the latest from the festival - we chat with the <a class="banner_lnk_red" href="http://www.eyeforfilm.co.uk/reviews.php?film_id=13316">Donkey Punch</a> team, there's good news about <a class="banner_lnk_red" href="http://www.eyeforfilm.co.uk/reviews.php?film_id=13370">War Child</a>, and things are looking up for the star of <a class="banner_lnk_red" href="http://www.eyeforfilm.co.uk/reviews.php?film_id=13236">A Complete History Of My Sexual Failures</a>.
Northern Lights
by Amber Wilkinson
Corinna Villari-McFarlane and Robert Cannan discuss their début documentary, <a class="banner_lnk_red" href="http://www.eyeforfilm.com/reviews.php?film_id=13446">Three Miles North Of Molkom</a>.
Trip the light Fantastic
by Amber Wilkinson
Horror and fantasy fans set for a weekend to remember in Bradford
Ghraib injustice
by Amber Wilkinson
Errol Morris reveals the outrage that caused him to make Standard Operating Procedure.
Mohamed Al-Daradji on shooting after the war
by Amber Wilkinson
The director of Ahlaam and accompanying documentary War, Love, God & Madness talks about the experience of directing a film in modern-day Iraq.
Tribeca 2008: Day 10 and 11
by Amber Wilkinson
Festival wrap up and some films to look out for.
Tribeca 2008: Day Eight and Nine
by Amber Wilkinson
A visit to Van Peebles' place turns into an unexpected adventure.
Tribeca 2008: Day Seven
by Amber Wilkinson
Family films that are Worlds Apart, Lou Reed's Berlin and being the guest of Cindy Sherman filmmakers.
Tribeca 2008: Day Five and Six
by Amber Wilkinson
Elite Squad doesn't live up to the hype, but Bart Got A Room surprises out of the blue.
Tribeca 2008: Day Three and Four
by Amber Wilkinson
Highlights include impassioned round table discussions and Spanish thriller Fermat's Room.
Tribeca 2008: Day One and Two
by Amber Wilkinson
A strong set of documentary features open our Tribeca coverage.
In the Somers Town
by Amber Wilkinson
Shane Meadows discusses his latest, low-budget independent British feature.
Going down a Storm
by Amber Wilkinson
Jamie Blanks on his latest horror, hounds and plans for a Long Weekend.
Child's play
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Garth Jennings on Son Of Rambow.
New Europe Film Festival
by Amber Wilkinson
Second edition celebrates films from central and eastern countries of the EU.
Roxburgh on Romulus
by Amber Wilkinson
Exclusive interview with actor Richard about his directorial debut.
Festival frenzy
by Amber Wilkinson
Travel the world from the comfort of a cinema, thanks to a host of international festivals this month.
Giving The Savages a touch of class
by Amber Wilkinson
Laura Linney talks about her role in the hit black comedy.. and reveals her plans for old age.
Sundance 2008: Awards ceremony
by Amber Wilkinson
British films triumph in short and documentary sections, plus all the other winners and a brief word with Quentin Tarantino.
Sundance 2008: Day Eight
by Amber Wilkinson and Tony Sullivan
Hamlet 2 is hilarious, Triage hard-hitting and Ballast a let down, plus a chat with Marianna Palka.
Sundance 2008: Day Seven
by Amber Wilkinson and Tony Sullivan
A kick out of Donkey Punch, excellent doc Man On Wire... plus gay porn zombies.
Sundance 2008: Day Six
by Amber Wilkinson and Tony Sullivan
Funny Games no laughing matter, Brian Cox is The Escapist and more Good Dick.
Sundance 2008: Day Five
by Amber Wilkinson and Tony Sullivan
The terrific Towelhead, Spurlock's search for Bin Laden, filmmakers' panel on black filmmaking and more.
Sundance 2008: Day Four
by Amber Wilkinson and Tony Sullivan
Sean Ellis on The Broken, plus films including Red, Incendiary, Mancora and Phoebe In Wonderland
Sundance 2008: Day Three
by Amber Wilkinson and Tony Sullivan
An Incendiary chat with Sharon Maguire, why Good Dick is great and a break down of The Broken.
Sundance 2008: Day Two
by Amber Wilkinson and Tony Sullivan
Keaton's Merry Gentleman, a Brit of Frost & chat with Romero.
Sundance 2008: Day One
by Amber Wilkinson & Tony Sullivan
Frustration, a flurry of films and George A Romero introduces Diary Of The Dead.
Sundance Film Festival 2008
by Amber Wilkinson
Buckle up folks, here we go - looking forward to a week of films and savouring the stress.
Starting a Mexican wave
by Amber Wilkinson
Rigoberto Castañeda talks about setting a trend after shooting the first Mexican horror for decades.
Fresh cut of the blade
by Amber Wilkinson
How Ridley Scott's sci-fi classic came to be sliced so many different ways.
Secrets behind the Sunshine
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Lee Chang-dong talks about his latest film.
Passage to India
by Amber Wilkinson
Director and cast talk about The Darjeeling Limited.
Delpy's new direction
by Amber Wilkinson
The French star talks about stepping behind the camera for 2 Days In Paris.
Heading for Edinburgh?
by Amber Wilkinson
What to look out for in this year's film festival.
Paws for thought
by Amber Wilkinson
Bobcat Goldthwait talks about Sleeping Dogs and World's Greatest Dad.
Tribeca Film Festival Diary: Day nine and beyond
by Amber Wilkinson
Festival wrap-up, the audience award and a Mexican gem.
Tribeca Film Festival Diary: Days 7 and 8
by Amber Wilkinson
Numb with Matthew Perry, a good time with James Franco, cake with Mary Stuart Masterson, plus a daliance with Taxidermia.
Tribeca Film Festival: Day Six
by Amber Wilkinson
Lucy Liu the vamp, Sarah Michelle Gellar the pop star and what to do in the event of choking.
Tribeca Film Festival: Days Four and Five
by Amber Wilkinson
Creature features, Buffy the Vampire Slayer turns Suburban Girl and Salman Rushdie sighted.
Tribeca Film Festival Days 2 and 3
by Amber Wilkinson
Award-winning films and a clash with a critic.
Tribeca Opening Night: A tale of rain, rubbed heels and rubbing shoulders with stars.
by Amber Wilkinson
Al Gore opens festival with save the planet showcase, while our diarist has trouble saving her soles.
Tribeca Film Festival Day One
by Amber Wilkinson
Brando bigged up, while our diarist gets lost in translation and lost in Beijing.
Reaping the benefit
by Amber Wilkinson
The Reaping star David Morrissey talks about his latest film, faith and football.
Shooting for the stars
by Amber Wilkinson
Producer Andrew Macdonald on success, Sunshine, sibling Kevin.. and why he's hoping for a brolly good Easter.
Sunshine Superman
by Amber Wilkinson
Druggies in Trainspotting, zombies in 28 Days Later, astronauts in Sunshine . . . whose world will Danny Boyle visit next? How about the tiny realm of Terry Pratchett’s Truckers? He reveals all in our exclusive interview.
The courage to care
by Amber Wilkinson
Documentary-maker Sam Lawlor reveals why he and co-director Lindsay Pollock made a film about the Romanian families living with the 'Ceausescu baby' legacy of HIV and Aids.
No flash in the Pan
by Amber Wilkinson
The actresses behind Wendy and Tinker Bell tell us why Peter Pan is such an enduring classic.
Martin Compston Q&A
by Amber Wilkinson
Scots star talks about his role in A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints
The Fox And The Hound - lost and found
by Amber Wilkinson
How Disney's film came to represent a changing of the animation guard at the corporation
Fighting for The Fountain
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Darren Aronofsky and star Rachel Weisz reveal the struggle to make The Fountain - and explain why its central themes are so important.
Sundance 2007 : Day Ten
by Amber Wilkinson
The final day of Eye For Film's coverage leads us to black comedy - The Savages. And the Awards are dished out.
Sundance 2007 : Day Nine
by Amber Wilkinson
Sexual deviancy explored, black comedy with Martin Freeman, and the hugely controversial Hounddog.
Sundance 2007 : Day Eight
by Amber Wilkinson
Van Der Graff generator bedclothes, Away From Her starts the waterworks, and Donovan serenades Eye For Film. (And - IMDB user Rotary Girl, we're not worthy!!)
Sundance 2007 : Day Seven
by Amber Wilkinson
Eye For Film joins Garth Jennings for a chat, and turns up to the Filmmaker's party. Waitress and Weapons are the movies du jour.
Sundance 2007: Day Six
by Amber Wilkinson
Outstanding Brit flick Son of Rambow takes the breath away, Nick Broomfield discusses Ghosts, and Crossing The Line crosses the critics well.
Sundance 2007: Day Five
by Amber Wilkinson
Cancellations and other disappointments : Anthony Hopkins slipstreams his way into a muddle, but at least Scotland's own Kate Dickie takes time to chat.
Sundance 2007: Day Four
by Amber Wilkinson
Domesticated Zombies?! Every bit as uneventful as it sounds - at least Clubland makes up for it.
Sundance 2007: Day Three
by Amber Wilkinson
A foolish imperial/metric conversion, and the aptly titled Snow Angels. That, and Freud's retroactive horror film.
Sundance 2007: Day Two
by Amber Wilkinson
The latest mutterings of a mad mind... I blame the Skittles.
Sundance Film Festival 2007: Day One continued - Press conference
by Amber Wilkinson
A comparatively calm Robert Redford introduces the latest Sundance Film Festival, the granddaddy of independent film festivals.
Sundance 2007: Day One
by Amber Wilkinson
Day One : No shrieking children airplane insanity, but bugger us.. it's cold!
Baby, it's been an incredible year
by Amber Wilkinson
Juno director Jason Reitman on filmmaking, fatherhood and the future.
Looking forward to Sundance
by Amber Wilkinson
The setting may be cold but 2007 promises to be another hot year for films at the world's biggest independent film festival.
Rocket release puts star 'over the moon'
by Amber Wilkinson
Shauna Macdonald on the Post that is five years late.
Holocaust fatigue - the worst kind of insult
by Amber Wilkinson
Rex Bloomstein's acclaimed new documentary KZ incisively disects the modern day fascination with the Holocaust remains. He speaks to Eye For Film about the project and it's purpose.
Resfest - a decade of influence
by Amber Wilkinson
Touring digital festival notches up ten years.
Delightfully different
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Pratibha Parmar explains how she brought love, laughter and lesbianism to the big screen in Nina's Heavenly Delights
Behind The MirrorMask
by Amber Wilkinson
The creative team behind MirrorMask talk about how they overcame a tight budget to deliver a unique, special effects, fantasy film.
McGuigan Takes Actors To Slevinth Heaven
by Amber Wilkinson
In stylish new thriller Lucky Number Slevin, Scottish director Paul McGuigan gave his actors free reign... which was just fine for Lucy Liu and Josh Hartnett
Sundance : Day Ten
by Amber Wilkinson
The final day of the festival, and we catch up on two movies; and the Sundance awards.
Sundance : Day Nine
by Amber Wilkinson
The final day of press screenings, and Amber dips her toes into some of the higher profile releases. Runaway laundry over Justin Timberlake's debut?
Sundance : Day Eight
by Amber Wilkinson
Early morning wakeup calls, discussing KZ with director Rex Bloomstein; The Night Listener and Art School Confidential are the movies of the day.
Sundance : Day Seven
by Amber Wilkinson
A short reminisce on the sheer volume of new and exciting cinema that is largely ignored by the press at Sundance; and the powerful drama Journey From The Fall.
Sundance : Day Six
by Amber Wilkinson
The Sundance slimming plan (patent pending..), and interviewing Paul Laverty and Clive Gordon on their new film Cargo.
Sundance 2006 : Day Five
by Amber Wilkinson
Mascara worries do not faze Amber on her fifth day of Sundance! Indeed, the best film of the festival thus far awaits... And the search for a Bud may be the toughest challenge, yet.
Sundance : Day Four
by Amber Wilkinson
Amber interviews cast and director of Lucky Number Slevin, enjoys the hospitality of the Sundance Institute, as well as snagging her first goody-bag!
Sundance : Day Three
by Amber Wilkinson
Nosebleeds, technological SNAFUs, and soaking up the atmosphere - along to the sentimental tones of Rufus Wainwright. And another three movies!
Sundance : Day Two
by Amber Wilkinson
Three movies a day never gets old, but late-night wine and DVD screeners soothe Amber's exhausted nerves.
Sundance 2006: Day One
by Amber Wilkinson
Day One: Amber checks out the keynote speech, and gets used to the freezing cold and alcohol-free parties.
Sundance 2006 Preview
by Amber Wilkinson
A strong lineup for this year's Sundance, let EyeForFilm guide us through it..
Best of the Resfest
by Amber Wilkinson
Highlights of the touring international festival that's pushing back the boundaries of film-making.
Brody's Method
by Amber Wilkinson
Adrien Brody explains why moving from arthouse film The Jacket, just out on DVD, to Peter Jackson's multi-million King Kong is not such a big leap.
Peter Mullan Seeing Clearly
by Amber Wilkinson
Peter Mullan still chills out with the swimming practice that he started for On A Clear Day - but the Scottish star has a few heated words on the state of tv and cinema.
Rings Star Chills As Channel Swimmer
by Amber Wilkinson
After New Zealand's warm climes, Billy Boyd found filmming On A Clear Day a distinctly chilly experience.
Composer Sees Fulfillment of Childhood Dream
by Amber Wilkinson
Jane Antonia Cornish became the first woman to ever win a BAFTA award for music when she scooped the gong for best British new composer for her soundtrack to Five Children and It. She explains how she found her vocation.
Keira Finds The Jacket Suits
by Amber Wilkinson
For teen star Keira Knightley The Jacket offered liberation from a rut of costume drama.
Sundown at Sundance 2005
by Amber Wilkinson
Topical doc Why We Fight and Forty Shades of Blue win Grand Jury Prizes; Sundance Awards Party and winners.
Sundance Film Festival - Day 8
by Amber Wilkinson
Mardi Gras beads of sweat and pain; gay thriller The Dying Gaul; class drama Junebug; Utah's odd booze laws.
Sundance Film Festival - Day Seven
by Amber Wilkinson
Herzog's grizzly doc; Rwanda revisited; On A Clear Day gets U.S. distrib.; special needs shocker What Is It?.
Sundance Film Festival - Day Six
by Amber Wilkinson
Amazing amnesia documentary; hot shorts; poetry and song at Sundance.
Sundance Film Festival - Day Five
by Amber Wilkinson
Missing a deer and a dead elk, Elf lands poolside with brill trio from Brit fantasy MirrorMask; US Lackawanna Blues one to watch.
Sundance Film Festival - Day Four
by Amber Wilkinson
Sundance and stars? Go directly ahead, past the dead skunk...
Sundance Film Festival - Day Three
by Amber Wilkinson
Picking up penguins; search for Mullan ends; doc asks Why We Fight.
Sundance Film Festival - Day Two
by Amber Wilkinson
The day things almost Peter-ed out...
Sundance Film Festival Opening Night and Day One
by Amber Wilkinson
Happy Endings opens, Scots cast out in force for "On A Clear Day".
Sundance Film Festival 2005 Preview
by Amber Wilkinson
We look forward to a fortnight of top indie films in snow-covered Park City, Utah.
Industry gets animated about the best
by Amber Wilkinson
The winners of the British Animation Awards 2004 - a showcase of which toured the country earlier this year - have now been announced.
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