Out of sight
by Jennie Kermode
Jasmine Hyde on taking on The Unseen
Orbital dynamics
by Jennie Kermode
Charlotte Sullivan on Radius and the challenges of playing an amnesiac
Battling extinction
by Jennie Kermode
Kate Brooks on The Last Animals and the fight to save elephants and rhinos
The homecoming
by Jennie Kermode
Ariadne Asimakopoulos and Maartje Wegdam on No Place For A Rebel
Halloween happenings
by Jennie Kermode
Spooky goings-on in UK cinemas
The skin she lives in, part two
by Jennie Kermode
Norbert Keil on gore scenes and the incredible visuals in Replace.
A hell of a ride
by Jennie Kermode
Stuart Conran looks back at Hellraiser and the start of his special effects career
The skin she lives in, part one
by Jennie Kermode
Norbert Keil on the terror of ageing, memory loss and working with Rebecca Forsythe on Replace
Hostages to fortune, part two
by Jennie Kermode
More from Lora Burke and Robert Notman on Poor Agnes
Hostages to fortune, part one
by Jennie Kermode
Lora Burke and Robert Notman on Poor Agnes
Into the woods
by Jennie Kermode
Damien Power on the trials and tribulations of making Killing Ground
Forbidden filmmaking
by Jennie Kermode
Maysaloun Hamoud on In Between, the duty of artists, and facing a fatwa
Six Harry Dean Stanton films you can't afford to miss
by Jennie Kermode
The legacy of a remarkable actor
The treasure hunters
by Jennie Kermode
Tomas Leach on The Lure and the importance of mystery and adventure
Birdwatchers
by Jennie Kermode
Dominic Bridges and Mim Shaikh on pigeons, scary movies and Freehold
Looking for trouble
by Jennie Kermode
Oliver Laxe on making life difficult for himself when filming Mimosas.
Skin deep
by Jennie Kermode
Joy Harrison on a tale of tattoos and fractured friendships in Where The Skin Lies
Alpine retreat
by Jennie Kermode
Hendrik Faller on dangerous terrain, shooting in snow, and Mountain Fever
Missing voices
by Jennie Kermode
Rachel Robey, Charlie Swinbourne and Aurora Fearnley on the barriers facing disabled filmmakers
The invasion that wasn't
by Jennie Kermode
Jody Lambert on the comedy and humanity in Brave New Jersey.
Man on the edge
by Jennie Kermode
Kasra Farahani on emotional disintegration, modern America and Tilt.
The jigsaw puzzler
by Jennie Kermode
Stewart Sparke on Book Of Monsters and interactive filmmaking
A nice cup of tea and a murder
by Jennie Kermode
Jamie McKeller on The Book Club, legalising murder, serial killers and cake.
Throwing down the gauntlet
by Jennie Kermode
Lawrie Brewster and Sarah Daly on The Black Gloves.
Mad for it
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 11&12: David Tennant, Frightfest and The Princess Bride.
The shivers
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 9&10: The Thing in the snow, Frightfest, Terence Davies, Quinton Aaron and more.
Voyage of discovery
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 7&8: Japanese cinema, documentaries, Ben Wheatley and the Surprise Film.
Screenings with style
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 5&6: power dressing, pipers, Persian food, David Lynch’s photographs and the Margaret Tait Award.
Stranger days
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 3&4: dinner, dancing, alien hunters and all the fun of the fair.
Looking good in Glasgow
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 1&2: Handsome Devil, femmes fatales and how to have the time of your life.
Energy in motion
by Jennie Kermode
Crystal Emery on Black Women In Medicine and the triumph of the spirit.
UK film events this Halloween
by Jennie Kermode
Seasonal screamers to shock and excite.
Out of the shadows
by Jennie Kermode
Paul Dalio on being bipolar, Touched With Fire and the power of art.
A little flame in the dark
by Jennie Kermode
Erica Tremblay on roller derby, gender, community and In The Turn.
The return of SQIFF
by Jennie Kermode
Helen Wright on the Scottish Queer International Film Festival.
A broad vision
by Jennie Kermode
Martin Radich on the trials and triumphs of filming Norfolk.
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.
The guy next door
by Jennie Kermode
Bill Engvall on swapping comedy for horror in The Neighbour.
Car trouble
by Jennie Kermode
Ivan Silvestrini on taking on the desert to make Monolith.
Zeroing in
by Jennie Kermode
Adam Levins on Population Zero, storytelling and the documentary art.
Portrait of the artist
by Jennie Kermode
Laura Casabé on art, psychiatry, Argentinean cinema and Benavidez's Case
Up from the depths
by Jennie Kermode
Stewart Sparke and Paul Butler talk Frightfest, women in film, HP Lovecraft and The Creature Below.
Prepare to be scared
by Jennie Kermode
Five Frightfest films to send shivers down your spine.
Teed off
by Jennie Kermode
Carrie Schrader on golf, feminism, Muirfield and The Founders.
Backyard belonging
by Jennie Kermode
Angela Boatwright talks about community, diversity and music in Los Punks.
Crossing over
by Jennie Kermode
Gareth Bryn on moving from TV to film with The Passing.
Shiny happy people
by Jennie Kermode
Adam Shell on Pursuing Happiness and the art of feeling good.
Sister act
by Jennie Kermode
Dana Ivgy on playing Liron Ben-Shlush's sister in Next To Her.
Behind the Curtain
by Jennie Kermode
Jaron Henrie-McCrea on things that go bump in the shower.
Peach perfect
by Jennie Kermode
GFF diary days 11&12: Richard Gere, Johannes Roberts, Cam Evrenol, Frightfest and musical moments.
Weird on top
by Jennie Kermode
GFF diary days 9&10: Tom Geens, Kate Dickie, Miranda Pennell, Tyler MacIntyre, Frightfest and more.
The time machine
by Jennie Kermode
GFF diary days 7&8: classics, surprises and games galore.
Music and memories
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 5&6: Alastair Cole, Roland Moller, Lou McLoughlan and a cowgirl showdown.
Thrills and spills
by Jennie Kermode
GFF diary days 3&4: Lucile Hadzihalilovic, Vic Armstrong, Aidan Moffat and Chuckles the Xenomorph.
Living the high life
by Jennie Kermode
GFF diary days 1&2: Hail Caesar!, Ben Wheatley and Con Air as you’ve never seen it before.
Undying Love
by Jennie Kermode
The Blaine brothers talk love, sex, death and Nina Forever.
Revelations
by Jennie Kermode
Doron Paz and Yael Grobglas on life, death and what happens next in JeruZalem.
Sound and vision
by Jennie Kermode and Stuart Crawford
The film soundtrack legacy of David Bowie.
Discovering Kristina
by Jennie Kermode
Mika Kaurismäki on The Girl King and a Swedish monarch who was ahead of her time.
Fabulous filmmaking
by Jennie Kermode
Colin Rothbart takes on drag in Dressed As A Girl.
The girl who would be king
by Jennie Kermode
Malin Buska on walking in Greta Garbo's shoes.
Strange relations
by Jennie Kermode
Adam Levins talks about Estranged, Population Zero, isolation and getting away with murder.
The weirding way
by Jennie Kermode
Pollyanna McIntosh on Tales Of Halloween
The writer and the ghost
by Jennie Kermode
Tim Lebbon on seeing his short story become a Nicolas Cage film.
Halloween happenings
by Jennie Kermode
Frightening film events around the UK.
Life's a beach
by Jennie Kermode
Isaac Gabaeff on the secrets behind creature feature The Sand.
Curating SMHAFF
by Jennie Kermode
Richard Warden on selecting films to educate and entertain.
Something weird
by Jennie Kermode
Ted Geoghegan on HP Lovecraft, Lucio Fulci, and making We Are Still Here.
What dreams may come?
by Jennie Kermode
Rodney Ascher on sleep paralysis and making The Nightmare.
A girl, on film
by Jennie Kermode
Doona Bae talks about making A Girl At My Door.
Dark materials
by Jennie Kermode
Hans Herbots on adapting Mo Hayder's The Treatment for the big screen.
Last girl standing
by Jennie Kermode
Tyler Shields on shooting Final Girl.
Stepping out
by Jennie Kermode
Chen Shiang-Chyi talks about her role in Tsai Ming-liang's Exit.
Whistle down the wind
by Jennie Kermode
Russell Friedenberg on America's troubled history, war, wild places and Wind Walkers.
Relentless
by Jennie Kermode
Angela Dixon on the triumphs and challenges of Never Let Go.
Changing impressions
by Jennie Kermode
Rachel Israel talks about autism, authenticity and Keep The Change.
Sex, lies and cinema
by Jennie Kermode
Desiree Akhavan on Appropriate Behaviour.
Running away with the circus
by Jennie Kermode
Rosa Rogers and Merieme Addou on the Pirates of Salé.
Remembering Christopher Lee
by Jennie Kermode
Farewell to horror’s most iconic star.
A funny thing happened...
by Jennie Kermode
Lizzie Brown on Love Is Blind and an unexpected call from Cannes.
The survivor
by Jennie Kermode
Haley Lu Richardson on taking on the challenge of The Last Survivors.
Hidden history
by Jennie Kermode
Felipe Bustos Sierra on Nae Pasaran and the Scottish workers who helped thwart Pinochet.
Hungry like the wolf
by Jennie Kermode
Till Kleinert spills the secrets of The Samurai.
Raising voices
by Jennie Kermode
Sandra Alland on I’m Not Your Inspiration: Maki Yamazaki.
Out of the kitchen
by Jennie Kermode
Working women in film.
Grand finale
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 11 & 12: Retro revelry and the thrills and chills of Frightfest.
Darkness falls
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 9 & 10: documentaries, nocturnal wanderings, and the return of Frightfest.
Visions of the future
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 7 & 8: road warriors, spherical screens and surprises.
A surfeit of riches
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 5 & 6: Paul Merton, the Margaret Tait Award, and live Dungeons & Dragons.
Star attractions
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 3&4: Alan Rickman, ballroom dancing, power suits and pussycats.
A city of cinema
by Jennie Kermode
GFF diary days 1&2: exhibitions, Monsters, art, Cliff Curtis and British Sea Power.
We need a bigger shark
by Jennie Kermode
Marc Fehse on trash cinema, zombies, Nazis and making Sky Sharks.
One step beyond
by Jennie Kermode
Gillian MacGregor on the challenges of shooting Beyond.
Coming soon
by Jennie Kermode, Amber Wilkinson, Anne-Katrin Titze, Andrew Robertson
Our pick of the best independent films coming up in 2015.
On the ball
by Jennie Kermode
Rhys Chapman discusses Wonderkid and tackling homophobia in football.
After torture
by Jennie Kermode
Kathy Berger talks about working with torture survivors to make Beneath The Blindfold.
Chronicling Eve
by Jennie Kermode
Joan Molloy on exploring postpartum psychosis in Unravelling Eve.
Cloud city
by Jennie Kermode
Jane Spencer on London, aristocrats, starving artists and The Ninth Cloud.
Creatures of the night
by Jennie Kermode
Yann Gonzalez on sex, death, dreams and You And The Night.
Season of mists
by Jennie Kermode
Markus Blunder on working with Sophie Lowe and Maximilian Harnisch in Autumn Blood.
Top 10 Scottish films
by Jennie Kermode
As Scotland chooses its future, we look back at some of its best moments in cinema.
A different vision
by Jennie Kermode
Mike Buonaiuto on Credence and new frontiers for science fiction cinema.
Lost and found
by Jennie Kermode
Nick Prueher on the VHS phenomena behind the Found Footage Festival.
Divine grace
by Jennie Kermode
Mink Stole remembers cinema's biggest star.
Lucky 13
by Jennie Kermode
Daniel Stamm on developing, casting and directing 13 Sins.
Hidden in plain sight
by Jennie Kermode
Joanna Coates on Hide And Seek.
The price of change
by Jennie Kermode
Joanna Lipper on The Supreme Price and women's rights in Nigeria.
A piece of cake
by Jennie Kermode
Eytan Fox on Cupcakes, Eurovision and the importance of smiling.
Chasing the dream
by Jennie Kermode
Jamie Fulford talks about making the move from shorts to financing his first feature.
Lone wolf
by Jennie Kermode
John Jarrett on murder, mayhem and Wolf Creek 2.
Gabriel García Márquez: a legacy in film
by Jennie Kermode
Five films through which to remember the author.
High school hijinks
by Jennie Kermode
Darren Stein and Michael J Willett on the making of G.B.F.
Seeking salvation
by Jennie Kermode
Antonio Piazza and Fabio Grassadonia on Salvo.
Frights and delights
by Jennie Kermode
GFF diary days 9, 10 & 11: Thomas Imbach, Paul Brannigan, politics, punk, horror and Hollywood.
Approaching Zero
by Jennie Kermode
GFF diary days 7 & 8: Terry Gilliam, David Graham Scott, Roger Christian and the return of Goblin.
Journey to the centre of the Earth
by Jennie Kermode
GFF diary days 5 & 6: George Sluizer, agnès b, Mark Millar, art awards and a trip through time.
Stars come out
by Jennie Kermode
GFF diary days 3 & 4: Lady Grinning Soul, Richard Dreyfus, Jack O'Connell, Richard Ayoarde, orgasmic dining and a hexagonal death match.
A grand old time
by Jennie Kermode
GFF diary days 1&2: youth, shorts, the opening night, Jessica Oreck and a dinner you can't refuse.
It's a scream
by Jennie Kermode
Blair Erickson on Banshee Chapter.
Long live the Queen
by Jennie Kermode
Camille Rutherford on her starring role as Mary, Queen of Scots.
Making Kuma
by Jennie Kermode
Umut Dag on the surprise success of his first feature.
Saying Hello
by Jennie Kermode
Michelle Danner on Hello Herman, bullying and working for change.
Lion man
by Jennie Kermode
Tim Phillips on filming the rescue of the Lion Ark animals.
Running with The Rainmaker
by Jennie Kermode
The busy life of Tanna Frederick.
Sharksploitation!
by Jennie Kermode
Error of the deep.
Raising the bar
by Jennie Kermode
A movie pub crawl.
Eye For Books
by Jennie Kermode
New Vampire Cinema, Filmcraft: Screenwriting and Films And Financing.
Predicting a riot
by Jennie Kermode
Mike Lerner talks about his new documentary on Pussy Riot.
Frankenstein unbound
by Jennie Kermode
Richard Raaphorst on Frankestein's Army.
Rock on
by Jennie Kermode
Yariv Horowitz on Rock The Casbah and trying to bring together Arab and Israeli audiences.
Introducing Carlos Estévez
by Jennie Kermode
What’s in a name?
Pub culture
by Jennie Kermode
Laurie Cansfield on The Vaults and forthcoming doc Proper Pubs.
North star
by Jennie Kermode
Nick Higgins reveals the story behind We Are Northern Lights.
In Communion
by Jennie Kermode
Greg Hall talks low budget filmmaking.
Eye For Books
by Jennie Kermode
World Film Locations: Glasgow and Mamoulian: Life On Stage And Screen.
Going out with a bang
by Jennie Kermode
GFF days 10 & 11: Joss Whedon, Eli Roth, Joan Of Arc and a shot to the heart.
Fantasy, fright and fiction
by Jennie Kermode
GFF days 8 & 9: big stars, big launches and big screen games.
Marvels of Mars
by Jennie Kermode
GFF days 6 & 7: Steve Niles, Steven Sterlacchini, Alex Salmond and the terrors of the deep.
Glasgow on screen
by Jennie Kermode
Nicola Balkind on her new book about the cinema-loving city.
Going underground
by Jennie Kermode
GFF days 4 & 5: James D'Arcy, daleks and the secret of the subway.
True north
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Days 2 & 3: Nick Higgins, James Cosmo, Billy Connolly and (not) dying at the end.
Young love
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Day 1: Youthful antics, Populaire, Pollyanna McIntosh and John C Reilly.
Eye For Books
by Jennie Kermode, Andrew Robertson
Elizabeth Taylor, Spike Lee's America, Alfred Hitchcock's America and The Art Of Rise Of The Guardians.
Grimm reaper
by Jennie Kermode
We meet the man behind Manchester's horror spectacular.
The scariest scenes in cinema
by Jennie Kermode
Snapshots of terror to send shivers down your spine.
Superhuman
by Jennie Kermode
Could genetic enhancement as seen in The Bourne Legacy really happen?
Sound and vision
by Jennie Kermode
We talk to the people behind the David Bowie film festival set to open in London.
Eye For Books
by Jennie Kermode
We look at a new star study of Nicole Kidman.
The Fisher king
by Jennie Kermode
James Fisher is the rising star who shone at East Meets East.
Movies, murder and myths
by Jennie Kermode
Does film violence really inspire copycats?
White collar hooligan blues
by Jennie Kermode
Nick Nevern on a new film about an old problem.
Aliens among us
by Jennie Kermode
Six real-life parasitic horrors more terrifying than the movies.
The sky's the limit
by Jennie Kermode
We take a look at crowdfunding with three producers who've tried and tested it.
After Tuesday
by Jennie Kermode
Radu Muntean on Tuesday After Christmas and East Meets East
This is a Raid
by Jennie Kermode
Gareth Evans on the new thriller re-inventing the action genre.
Remade in Heaven
by Jennie Kermode
Ten film remakes that are better than the originals.
Wicker world
by Jennie Kermode
Robin Hardy and Keith Easdale on sequels, singing and sinister gods.
In search of Beauty
by Jennie Kermode
Deon Lotz talks about his role as a troubled man in the grip of obsession.
Eye for books
by Jennie Kermode
We look at the Shoot It! story of independent film, plus three volumes in the Queer Film Classics series.
Possessed!
by Jennie Kermode
Seven cinematic exorcisms to test your nerves.
Going bananas
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 10 & 11: Bertrand Tavernier, Aki Kaurismäki, Frightfest and the Gene Kelly Ceilidh.
The abyss gazes also
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 8 & 9: Werner Herzog, Vivienne Westwood, Frightfest and otherworldly experiences.
Secret lives, secret loves
by Jennie Kermode
The hidden history of Hollywood lesbians.
Scenting success
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 6 & 7: Annie Ross, Brian Cox, the Margaret Tait Award and the smell of Robert Pattinson.
Time on their side
by Jennie Kermode
Reece Ritchie and Amara Karan talk about All In Good Time
In the drink
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 4 & 5: underwater escapades, lewd old lesbians and a trip to the end of the world.
The agony and the ecstasy
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 2 & 3: Hammer Horror, Irvine Welsh, great Scots and classic cabaret.
Sister act
by Jennie Kermode
Lynn Shelton talks about Your Sister's Sister
Opening shots
by Jennie Kermode
Glasgow Film Festival 2012, Diary One
Dead funny
by Jennie Kermode
Zam Salim tackles the ultimate dead end job in Up There.
Look North
by Jennie Kermode
Amanda Millen on what's coming up at the goNORTH festival.
Mind the science
by Jennie Kermode
How cinema has sold myths about sex addiction and psychology.
They shoot horses, don't they?
by Jennie Kermode
As War Horse heads for UK screens, we look back at some of cinema's greatest equine stars.
Dictating Cinema
by Jennie Kermode
Kim Jong Il was not the only despot with a passion for the silver screen.
Discovering documentaries
by Jennie Kermode
We find out how the new Documentary Guide makes it easy.
Daft about Dolly
by Jennie Kermode
Gary and Larry Lane on the story behind their new documentary
All about Kevin
by Jennie Kermode
Lynne Ramsay and Ezra Miller on the film everybody's talking about.
48 Hours
by Jennie Kermode
Filmmaking with a difference.
Glasgay films are go
by Jennie Kermode
Festival director Steven Thomson tells us about this year's event.
Eye for Books
by Jennie Kermode and Andrew Robertson
We look at four new volumes exploring cinematic controversies.
Courting Controversy
by Jennie Kermode
Stevie Simkin discusses the new series of books exploring the stories behind films that hit the headlines.
Barbarians at the gate
by Jennie Kermode
Will the release of Conan herald a new age of sword and sorcery movies?
The big story
by Jennie Kermode
As real world events see traditional British journalism changing dramatically, we look at journalists in the movies.
The slaughter and the laughter
by Jennie Kermode
Caroline Munro looks back on a career in horror and a brush with Bond.
The changing face of Edinburgh
by Jennie Kermode
James Mullighan talks about the challenges he faced in reshaping one of the world's biggest film festivals.
Going for green
by Jennie Kermode
The UK Green film festival launches in Glasgow as the industry begins to make changes.
A youthful look at Doc/Fest
by Jennie Kermode
Youth jury members look forward to the big event in Sheffield
A real chiller
by Jennie Kermode
Aleksei Popogrebsky on the filming of How I Ended This Summer
Amazing space
by Jennie Kermode
50 years on from the first manned spaceflight, we look at ten of the best space exploration movies.
Extreme visions
by Jennie Kermode
Can watching films about catastrophes help us to cope with the real thing?
Elizabeth Taylor remembered
by Jennie Kermode
One of Hollywood's greatest stars has died.
Eye Say
by Jennie Kermode
Is film finally taking a fresh approach to the subject of violence against women?
A tussle with Russell
by Jennie Kermode
We pay tribute to screen siren Jane Russell who has passed away aged 89.
The Eagle has landed
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 10 and 11: Agnosia, Frightfest, Anthony LaPaglia and The Eagle.
The time traveller's life
by Jennie Kermode
GGF Diary days 8 and 9: Frightfest, fashion shows, Goblin, Luke Treadaway and documentary delights.
Heroes and villains
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary Days 6 and 7: Mark Millar, Ken Loach, Harun Farocki and a second chance to kneel before Zod.
The revolution will not be subtitled
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary Days 4 and 5: Harry Shearer, the tingler, the short film awards and a trip to Mars.
A dream to some, a nightmare to others
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 2 and 3: 3D Werner Herzog, Richard Ayoade, violence in the Congo and monsters loose in the audience.
All that jazz
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary day 1: champagne, shampoo, François Ozon, and a look back at Youth.
Pinkie on the brain
by Jennie Kermode
Rowan Joffe and Andrea Riseborough talk Brighton Rock
Mad about Meryl
by Jennie Kermode
We profile the star in focus at this year's GFF
Now that's magic!
by Jennie Kermode
With Harry Potter riding high at the box office, we check out some of the most magical kids' films on DVD.
Leslie Nielsen remembered
by Jennie Kermode
One of the greatest comedians of our age has died, but surely he won't be forgotten.
To eternity and beyond
by Jennie Kermode
Director Michael Madsen on Into Eternity and the art of making existential science fiction documentaries.
Under the Hammer
by Jennie Kermode
This Halloween, we look back at the legacy of Britain's creepiest horror house.
He shoots, he scores
by Jennie Kermode
Director Ronan Pollock talks about his documentary following an unusual football tournament.
Money in the movies
by Jennie Kermode
As Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps opens across the UK, we look at other films that have focused on the green stuff.
Clive Donner Remembered
by Jennie Kermode
We look back on the life of the man who was once the voice of youth.
Inside The Last Exorcism
by Jennie Kermode
Daniel Stamm reveals some of the secrets behind his latest film.
Mad about Bella
by Jennie Kermode
Janice Danielle discusses her acclaimed short film and the groundbreaking idea behind it.
Playing with fire
by Jennie Kermode
Daniel Alfredson on the girl who demanded to be filmed.
Urban voice
by Jennie Kermode
Adam Deacon talks about Shank, Kidulthood and street life on film.
Eye for books
by Jennie Kermode
We review World Directors: Baz Luhrmann, BFI Film Classics: Sweet Smell Of Success, and Dario Argento, by Eye For Film's own James Gracey.
Eye Say
by Jennie Kermode
How have stars like Mel Gibson got away with it for so long?
It's a scream
by Jennie Kermode
Catriona MacColl looks back on her life as a horror heroine.
Pierre Rissient on Breathless
by Jennie Kermode
One of cinema's most influential figures contemplates the re-release of the Godard classic.
Edinburgh Film Festival 2010: The Opening Night Gala photo showcase
by Stuart Crawford and Jennie Kermode
The stars don their gladrags and welcome us all to the Opening Night film of the 64th EIFF
Born to be wild
by Jennie Kermode
The life and legacy of Dennis Hopper.
Costume drama
by Jennie Kermode
As Sex And The City 2 hits a screen near you, we revisit some fabulous films about fashion.
Film on trial
by Jennie Kermode
In some parts of the world, making films can do worse than get you bad reviews - it can get you locked away.
A view of Petropolis
by Jennie Kermode
Producer Spencer Tripp talks about his remarkable new film and the importance of the Alberta tar sands.
Election fever
by Jennie Kermode
As Britain prepares to go to the polls, we look at how it's done on the silver screen.
Hess on horror
by Jennie Kermode
Iconic star David Hess reflects on his career.
The inside story
by Jennie Kermode, Human Rights 2010
We talk to Vadim Jean about the Angola 3 and his documentary In The Land Of The Free.
Full steam ahead
by Jennie Kermode
Jenny Agutter on the extraordinary legacy of The Railway Children.
Silent spectres
by Jennie Kermode
Thomas Cochrane on reawakening the ghost of silent cinema.
Eye Say
by Jennie Kermode
Even in modern Hollywood, it'll be all white on the night.
Scout's honour
by Jennie Kermode
Thomas Turgoose and Tom Harper talk about The Scouting Book For Boys.
In search of the vampire
by Jennie Kermode
Faye Jackson tells the story of the Strigoi
Eye For Books
by Jennie Kermode
A fresh look at Edison's Frankenstein
Watching Alice
by Kate Carter and Jennie Kermode
As Alice In Wonderland returns to the big screen, we see what Michael Sheen, Christopher Lee, Richard Zanuck and Will Self have to say about it.
Secrets and lies
by Jennie Kermode
Days Ten and Eleven of the Glasgow Film Festival - political controversy, Frightfest, Legacy, Mogwai, the Gregory's Girl reunion and one last party.
High crimes and high fashion
by Jennie Kermode
Days Eight and Nine of the Glasgow Film Festival - Peter Mullan, Mark Miller, Alfred Hitchcock, Frightfest, black metal and catwalk couture.
The Butterfly Effect
by Jennie Kermode
Days Six and Seven of the Glasgow Film Festival - insects, monsters, and the music of David Lynch.
Art and architecture
by Jennie Kermode
Days Four and Five of the Glasgow Film Festival - James Earl Jones, Faye Jackson, Murray Grigor, and a celebration of Nick Cave.
Who watches the watchers?
by Jennie Kermode
Days Two and Three of the Glasgow Film Festival - The Crazies, Pere Ubu, and the best of the Short Film Fest.
Welcome to the picture house of fun
by Jennie Kermode
Day One of the Glasgow Film Festival - Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Micmacs, Zombie Zombie and the music of John Carpenter.
Youth in focus
by Jennie Kermode
The GYFF team tell us what it's like to run a film festival - when you're still a teenager.
Get it off your chest
by Kate Carter and Jennie Kermode
Ray Winstone, John Hurt and David Scinto talk about London, masculinity, and 44 Inch Chest.
Farewell to the master
by Jennie Kermode
We look back at the remarkable career of Eric Rohmer, founder of the French New Wave.
Going Polar
by Jennie Kermode
David L Williams talks about his new comedy Beyond The Pole and the experience of filming in Arctic conditions.
Ring thing
by Jennie Kermode
Director Kate Madison talks about her Lord Of The Rings prequel, Born Of Hope.
The snow must go on
by Jennie Kermode
Frustrated British commuters could be forgiven for having had enough of snow, but how do film productions create it when it's needed?
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.
And now for the weather
by Jennie Kermode
We look back at the history of climate change in the movies.
The road to Valhalla
by Jennie Kermode
Producer Karen Smyth gives us the low down on Valhalla Rising.
Meet the Glasgow Cinema Club
by Jennie Kermode
We discover a friendlier way of connecting with the movies.
Eye For Books
by Susanna Krawczyk, Jennie Kermode and Andrew Robertson
We review the latest Twilight goodies, The Horror Film Quiz Book and Martin Scorsese's America.
Women in film
by Jennie Kermode
Amy Mole, managing director of Bird's Eye View, talks about her festival tour and the state of the industry.
Chris Atkins on Starsuckers
by Jennie Kermode
The truth behind the searing new documentary about the media.
Ten films to terrify your children
by Jennie Kermode
Because nobody's too young to get into the Halloween spirit...
How to live forever
by Jennie Kermode
What Hollywood has done to defeat death.
Creative Controversy
by Jennie Kermode and Val Kermode
How the new Darwin biopic nearly bypassed America.
Almost Human
by Jennie Kermode
As Surrogates introduces artificial bodies through which users can live out their fantasies, we look at the history of androids in film.
Fresh Visions: zombie Shakespeare
by Jennie Kermode
Continuing our series on up and coming directors, we talk to Ryan Denmark about Romeo And Juliet Vs. The Living Dead.
Dani Marti talks about film, art and HIV
by Jennie Kermode
Political controversy surrounds artist's attempt to present the everyday lives of HIV+ men through film.
Film within a film
by Jennie Kermode
As Broken Embraces brings a film director's tragic romance to our screens, we look at ten of the best films about the film industry itself.
Eye Say
by Jennie Kermode
As James Cameron launches Avatar, we ask why so many films are now based on games and toys.
Troma talking
by Jennie Kermode
Lloyd Kaufman on Shakespeare, politics, and The Toxic Avenger part five.
Run, rabbit, run
by Jennie Kermode
We talk to first-time director Amy Do about her documentary, Rabbit Fever, as it prepares to hit the festival circuit.
Best friends forever
by Jennie Kermode
Just what was it about that moment in the Eighties that made the Brat Pack such big news?
The man who likes to say yes
by Jennie Kermode
Mike Bonanno talks exclusively about impersonating corporate figures and highlighting injustice in The Yes Men Fix The World.
B-yond the call
by Max Blinkhorn and Jennie Kermode
We meet Edinburgh's B-team, who love bad films.
Lonesome cowboy
by Jennie Kermode
Director Mark Thimijan tells us about his latest film.
Meet Ruggero Deodato
by Jennie Kermode
The legendary director of Cannibal Holocaust discusses his career.
Eye For Books
by Jennie Kermode and Andrew Robertson
We cast our eye over three new releases: Movie Speak, Paris Movie Walks, and The History Of Independent Cinema.
An evening with Lamberto Bava
by Jennie Kermode
We meet the director of horror hits like Demons and Blade In The Dark.
Rudo & Cursi on the red carpet
by Jennie Kermode
The stars of one of this summer's most promising films strut their stuff.
Picture Perfect
by Jennie Kermode
Edinburgh Diary, Days Zero and One
Directing the Disappeared
by Jennie Kermode
Johnny Kevorkian talks exclusively about his new film.
Eye Say
by Jennie Kermode
Hollywood, poverty, and the hard truth.
On the ball
by Jennie Kermode
Screenwriter Paul Laverty discusses Looking For Eric.
The outsider
by Jennie Kermode and Wyllisa Bennett
Uscla Johnny Desarmes talks exclusively about Life Outside Of Pearl.
Hiding in plain sight
by Jennie Kermode
As The Hide hits cinemas this week, star Alex MacQueen tells us about his role.
Dead reckoning
by Jennie Kermode
Just what is that gives Drag Me To Hell director Sam Raimi his enduring cult appeal?
Moments with Jan Troell
by Jennie Kermode
The great director talks about his latest fim, Everlasting Moments.
Cannes prospects are looking Up
by Jennie Kermode
What's looking good at the world's most glamorous film festival.
A free lunch?
by Jennie Kermode
We speak to Out At Lunch creators Emma Brogen and Alisa Arnah about their intimate new documentary.
Streetwise filmmaking
by Jennie Kermode
We take a tour of Edinburgh's Pilton Video to find out how they make filmmaking available to all.
Soldiering On
by Jennie Kermode
Mark Ashmore tells us about his new film, Broken Britain.
Fighting Spirit
by Jennie Kermode
We talk with producer Bill Little about the difficult business of taking a film from script to screen.
Eye Say
by Jennie Kermode
A look behind the headlines at what's going on in the world of film. This week: pirates ahoy!
Loopy Politics
by Jennie Kermode
Peter Capaldi, Chris Addison and Armando Iannucci tell us what making In The Loop was like for them.
Cinema for everyone
by Jennie Kermode
Award-winning young entrepreneur Dean Rhodes-Brandon talks about equal access to film.
The end of an epic career
by Jennie Kermode
We look back at the spectacular musical achievements of Maurice Jarre.
Natasha Richardson remembered
by Jennie Kermode
Dead at 45 following a tragic accident, this capable actress left a remarkable film legacy.
Mark Hartley talks Not Quite Hollywood
by Jennie Kermode
The Australian director on the neglected history of exploitation cinema.
The top ten funniest films
by Jennie Kermode and the Eye For Film team
Our pick of the ten greatest comedy films ever made.
Ilmar Raag talks about his career
by Jennie Kermode
The acclaimed director of The Class discusses the challenges he has faced and how his work has been received at home in Estonia.
Apocalypse how?
by Jennie Kermode
As Watchmen blasts across our screens, we ask: is the end of the world nigh?
The Final Reel
by Jennie Kermode
Days Nine and Ten of the Glasgow Film Festival: scary monsters, punk nostalgia and Scandinavian treats.
Hits and Misses
by Jennie Kermode
Days Seven and Eight of the Glasgow Film Festival: pirates, wrestlers, horror films and sticky-out ears.
In the Red Room
by Jennie Kermode
Days Five and Six of the Glasgow Film Festival: rabbits, religion and Audrey Hepburn.
When the Lights go Down
by Jennie Kermode
Days Three and Four of the Glasgow Film Festival: Robin Hood, short film, and European cinema.
Heavy Metal Cinema
by Jennie Kermode
Rock band Anvil tell us what it was like to star in their own documentary.
Rude Awakening
by Jennie Kermode
Days One and Two of the Glasgow Film Festival: In The Loop, Anvil and The Dungeon Moor Killings.
Science in Film
by Jennie Kermode
We see plenty of science fiction blockbusters, but how do the movies treat the real thing?
Classic films get a new look
by Jennie Kermode
Chris Panzner talks about the new style of animation set to change the way we look at old films.
All go at the GFF
by Jennie Kermode
The 5th Glasgow Film Festival line-up is announced.
Six and Out
by Jennie Kermode
We say goodbye to Patrick McGoohan.
Fond farewells
by Jennie Kermode
At the close of the year, we look back at those who have passed away.
Substitute Santas
by Jennie Kermode
When the big guy is busy, somebody has to step in to keep Christmas on track.
Out at the movies
by Jennie Kermode
Steven Paul Davies talks about his new book on the history of gay cinema.
Dangerous Romance
by Jennie Kermode
We ask expert Dr Bjarne Holmes if romantic films could be bad for your love life.
Danger: Disability
by Jennie Kermode
Justin Edgar, director of Special People, speaks out about the real controversy behind the headlines.
Seeing Things Differently
by Jennie Kermode
The controversy over Blindness and what it tells us about blind people and the film industry.
Paul Newman R.I.P.
by Jennie Kermode
The Oscar-winning actor dies aged 83.
A bootlegger speaks
by Jennie Kermode
Tom Wilton on the creation of the Bootleg Film Festival.
A new look at cinema
by Jennie Kermode
Author Patricia MacCormack discusses her latest work on film theory.
Cédric Klapisch on Paris
by Jennie Kermode
The acclaimed director discusses his latest work.
A grand night out
by Jennie Kermode, Stuart Crawford and Chris
The Edinburgh International Film Festival opens in style.
Stan Winston R.I.P.
by Jennie Kermode
The great effects master and creature creator dies aged 62.
Middle Eastern promises
by Jennie Kermode
An exciting new season of Arab cinema opens at Edinburgh's Filmhouse
Goodbye Sydney Pollack
by Jennie Kermode
Acclaimed director and actor dies aged 73
Mike Leigh talks Happy-Go-Lucky
by Jennie Kermode
The veteran director discusses his latest work.
Charlton Heston, 1924 - 2008
by Jennie Kermode
Legendary actor dies.
First Light film-makers
by Jennie Kermode
Young people from Glasgow show what they can do with film.
An actor for all seasons
by Jennie Kermode
A look back at the work of the great Paul Scofield.
Jean Pierre Darroussin Interview
by Jennie Kermode
The accomplished actor/director talks about The Premonition at the French Film Festival.
Heath Ledger remembered
by Jennie Kermode
A look at the life of the star to whom the <a href="/festivals/australia">Australian Film Festival</a> is paying tribute.
Rec revealed
by Jennie Kermode
Paco Plaza and Jaume Balaguero talk about their monster Spanish hit.
Films that go bump in the night
by Jennie Kermode
A look at what Frightfest attendees thought of the films on offer at this year's GFF.
How music changed history
by Jennie Kermode
John Sayles on <a href="http://www.eyeforfilm.co.uk/reviews.php?film_id=13005">Honeydripper</a>.
GFF diary, episode two
by Jennie Kermode
I am a fugitive from a chain gang...
GFF diary, episode one
by Jennie Kermode
Life is nothing if not totally ironic...
Remembering Bette Davis
by Jennie Kermode
A look at one of the great stars of yesteryear.
BAFTA Ban is Freakish
by Jennie Kermode
Is letting disabled artists speak for themselves just too shocking?
Straight from the Water Horse's Mouth
by Jennie Kermode
The director of <a href="http://www.eyeforfilm.co.uk/reviews.php?film_id=12940">The Water Horse: Legend Of The Deep</a>, Jay Russell, in an exclusive interview.
4th Glasgow Film Festival Programme Announced
by Jennie Kermode
GFF to feature Cassandra's Dream and Bette Davis retrospective.
Vicky Jewson Interview
by Jennie Kermode
<a href="http://www.eyeforfilm.co.uk/reviews.php?film_id=12969">Lady Godiva</a> director Vicky Jewson talks about learning the ropes and love stories.
Atonement and Coen Brothers Lead the BAFTA Nominations
by Jennie Kermode
As this year's BAFTA nominations are announced, <a href="http://www.eyeforfilm.co.uk/reviews.php?film_id=12576">Atonement</a> and <a href="http://www.eyeforfilm.co.uk/reviews.php?film_id=12791">No Country For Old Men</a> stand out as the favourites.
Santa Claus is coming to the movies
by Jennie Kermode
When Christmas is near, the distant tinkle of sleigh bells can be heard - Santa Claus is coming to a screen near you.
The magic of Mr Magorium
by Jennie Kermode
Disadvantaged kids get a cinema toy shop treat.
Back from the grave
by Jennie Kermode
Author Jamie Russell on the cinematic rise of the living dead.
Unleashing the Undead
by Jennie Kermode
Zombie Ed, the man behind Day Of The Undead, reveals how it all started.
Jasmine Dellal Interview
by Jennie Kermode
The director of Gypsy Caravan: When The Road Bends talks to Eye For Film
Confessions of a movie stuntman
by Jennie Kermode
Everybody's seen it on the big screen, but what's it like to do it for real?
Films in the Park
by Jennie Kermode
The BBC Film Festival on Glasgow Green
Shooting Sugarhouse
by Jennie Kermode
Sugarhouse is the new British crime thriller set to redefine the genre - Director Gary Love talks about his first feature.
Bergman's legacy
by Jennie Kermode
We take a look at the life and work of one of cinema's greats.
The Running Man
by Jennie Kermode
The dark side of the American Dream: director John Maringouin.
Raise the Magic Lantern
by Jennie Kermode`
Illuminating short film in Scotland.
Flight of imagination
by Jennie Kermode
Hassan M Nejad, director of Asylum Birds reveals his inspiration.
Refugees speak out on film
by Jennie Kermode
We talk to GMAC 's Beth Armstrong and Lindsay Goodall, organisers of the Refugee Week Film Festival.
They're taking a liberty
by Jennie Kermode
With his controversial documentary Taking Liberties, director Chris Atkins tells Eye For Film why it matters so much.
Weekenders
by Jennie Kermode
Dave Rattray and Matthew Mckenzie chat with Eye For Film about the genesis and gestation of their low-budget Scottish movie.
Bunnies big at the box office
by Jennie Kermode
"Why are you wearing that stupid bunny suit?" To celebrate Easter, we take a look at rabbits on the big screen.
I'll drink to that!
by Jennie Kermode
We raise a glass to a history of alcohol in the movies.
Glasgow Says Goodbye
by Jennie Kermode
Film fans say their farewells as this year's Glasgow Film Festival comes to an end.
Racism and rights of passage
by Jennie Kermode
Actor Stephen Graham discusses his role in this year's most talked-about British film, This Is England.
Fast Food and fierce film
by Jennie Kermode
Having enjoyed considerable success on the festival circuit, Fast Food Nation is due to open in British cinemas March 23. Eye For Film caught up with producer Jeremy Thomas during a question and answer session at the <a href="/festivals/glasgow/">Glasgow Film Festival</a>
Forbidden Love
by Jennie Kermode
This Valentine's Day we celebrate cinema that breaks boundaries.
Biggerstaff hits the big-time
by Jennie Kermode
With supermarket-set romance Cashback opening this year's Glasgow Film Festival, young Scottish Star Sean Biggerstaff, perhaps best known as Oliver from the Harry Potter films, seems perched on the brink of a brilliant career. Eye For Film caught up with him to ask a few questions.
2006 - How was it for you?
by Jennie Kermode
We tot up your votes for last year's cinematic hits and misses.
The Best of 2006
by Jennie Kermode
Vote for your favourites to win copies of Shooting Dogs, Stay and Song for a Raggy Boy.
London to Brighton in just 85 minutes
by Jennie Kermode
As London to Brighton takes audiences by storm, Jennie Kermode catches up with director Paul Andrew Williams in Glasgow
Altman: a maverick life
by Jennie Kermode
Life and times of the innovative director and political agitator with no plans for retirement.
3D thrills
by Jennie Kermode
Grab your glasses and check out our top 10 3D movies.
The body electric
by Jennie Kermode
Cinema's changing attitude to conjoined twins and other human oddities.
Goodbye Glenn Ford
by Jennie Kermode
The great leading man passes on, leaving an embarrassment of pre-60s riches.
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