October 7, 2015


For Sight & Sound I wrote about the Bristol Radical Film Festival, which is screening a bunch of alternative and radical films from 1975 opposite some examples of current activist cinema, and discussing what’s changed in the meantime for filmmakers and for the left. Opinions, unsurprisingly, differ.


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In the land of pound kingdom I wrote about some parts of this year’s Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival for Sight & Sound. The international programme fared a bit