Writer and Zine maker extraordinaire Katie Hogan breaks down genre twisting and storytelling modes in the Coen Brothers’ debut hit Blood Simple. … More Blood Simple: The Coen Brothers’ Characters and Genre Twisting Storytelling
Writer Ellisha Izumi explores the role of memory and myth in Julie Dash’s Daughters of the Dust. … More Memory and Diaspora: Narration in Daughters of the Dust
Writer Laura Hancock digs into the history of the Dawson City Film Find and its special place at festivals like Il Cinema Ritrovato and our very own Cinema Rediscovered. … More A Narrative of Unparalleled Discovery: Dawson City – Frozen Time
Writer and WANDA film festival programmer Rose Baker reflects on the role of The Outsider in various films screened at Cinema Rediscovered 2017. … More Bright Projections: Celebrating Cinema’s Outsiders at Cinema Rediscovered
Come the Revolution’s Adam Murray reflects on Cinema Rediscovered, Identity, Memory, Meaning and The Moving Image. … More Cinema Rediscovered: Thoughts on Identity, Memory, Meaning and The Moving Image
To accompany our screening of La Chinoise ahead of its 50th Anniversary Blu-Ray re-issue (with thanks to Arrow Films), critic Jonathan Bygraves made this video essay.
To say that cinematographer Douglas Slocombe (1913 -2016) had a varied film career would be a major understatement. Even from early on in his career, Slocombe’s adventures behind the camera would become the stuff of legends. So much so that an entire page of Sight & Sound (the Summer 1940 issue) was dedicated to his … More Slocombe at War
We asked our critics’ day participants for their thoughts on the state of film criticism in the UK, the role of the critic and what they hoped for the future. … More The State of Things: Meet the Participants
The full programme line-up for the second edition of Cinema Rediscovered is now live. For full details of what’s showing and to book your weekend pass for Thursday July 27th – Sunday July 30th visit watershed.co.uk/cinema-rediscovered.