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3524 articles available in total starting from 23/05/2002. Last article published on 11/07/2024.

Edinburgh lifts the lid on its 2024 line-up

Edinburgh lifts the lid on its 2024 line-up

The relaunched UK stalwart, running from 15-21 August, features 18 world premieres and will be opened by Nora Fingscheidt's The Outrun  

11/07 | Edinburgh 2024

Taskovski Films launches the #Docs Connect conscious filmmaking lab

Taskovski Films launches the #Docs Connect conscious filmmaking lab

The programme, set to run from 17-21 October in Sitges, will focus on the art of pitching, innovative storytelling and impact strategies in distribution  

10/07 | Industry | Market | Spain/UK

Alessandra Celesia • Director of The Flats

Interview: Alessandra Celesia • Director of The Flats

“Art can be a healing force, offering a positive way to process trauma”

The director gives us an in-depth overview of her documentary focusing on a housing estate in Belfast and its inhabitants, who are still coping with post-Troubles trauma  

09/07 | Docs Ireland 2024

Review: Poison

Review: Poison

Tim Roth and Trine Dyrholm try to out-grieve each other in Désirée Nosbusch’s earnest drama that’s better suited for the stage  

08/07 | Filmfest München 2024

Mark Cousins  • Director of A Sudden Glimpse to Deeper Things

Interview: Mark Cousins • Director of A Sudden Glimpse to Deeper Things

"Looking into the world can take you out of yourself and into something bigger"

The filmmaker talks about his new work, an exploration of British modernist painter Wilhelmina Barns-Graham's perspective after her experience atop the Grindelwald glacier  

05/07 | Karlovy Vary 2024 | Competition

Review: A Sudden Glimpse to Deeper Things

Review: A Sudden Glimpse to Deeper Things

In his new film, Mark Cousins explores the life and work of British painter Wilhelmina Barns-Graham and discovers a true kinship with her view of the world  

05/07 | Karlovy Vary 2024 | Competition

HBO boards Baby Reindeer creator Richard Gadd’s new drama series Lions

HBO boards Baby Reindeer creator Richard Gadd’s new drama series Lions

Directed by Alexandra Brodski and Eshref Reybrouck, the show spans 40 years and is being staged by Mam Tor Productions, the BBC and BBC Scotland  

28/06 | Production | Funding | UK

Polly Findlay’s debut feature, Midwinter Break, wraps filming

Polly Findlay’s debut feature, Midwinter Break, wraps filming

The picture, toplined by Ciarán Hinds and Lesley Manville, follows an Irish couple living in Scotland who take a trip to Amsterdam, where their relationship reaches a crossroads  

27/06 | Production | Funding | UK

The Flats wins big at the sixth Docs Ireland

The Flats wins big at the sixth Docs Ireland

The documentary by Alessandra Celesia has received the main award in the Irish Competition, while No Other Land was the winner of the Maysles Brothers International Competition  

24/06 | Docs Ireland 2024 | Awards

Review: Witches

Review: Witches

Elizabeth Sankey destigmatises postpartum depression and the mental health of mothers in her intimate memoirist meta-cinematic essay  

21/06 | Tribeca 2024

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