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Our Photography Curator Colin Harding looks back at his time spent with Don McCullin, and you can now listen to one of our most popular in conversation events, in which Don discussed his life and work.
We’ve already shared the video clip of BIFF 2012 Fellowship Award recipient Olivier Assayas talking to Neil Young about globalisation and film, and now you can enjoy the Screentalk in … Continue reading
Hollywood stuntman and co-founder of the Stuntmen’s Association of Motion Pictures and Television, Loren Janes, was a special guest at this year’s Widescreen Weekend. He brought his personal film clips … Continue reading
Film director and historian Kevin Brownlow was a very special guest at Widescreen Weekend 2012, and on the penultimate day of the festival, he shared the story of widescreen and … Continue reading
Ingrid Veninger’s latest film i am a good person, i am a bad person holds a special place in our hearts, largely because its life began at BIFF 2011, during … Continue reading
We’ve already shared two video clips from the Ray Winstone Screentalk, in which Ray was interviewed by everyone’s favourite double bass playing film reviewer, Mark Kermode. Now you can enjoy … Continue reading
Hope you enjoy this recording of the Barbara Windsor Screentalk last Saturday. Feel free to download it and take it with you on your travels.
Director Tony Britten and actor Keith Barron attended our screening of In Love with Alma Cogan, and stayed for Q&A session with the audience, led by festival Co-Director Tom Vincent.
Daniel Meadows gave a wonderfully insightful, lively and engaging talk on Thursday, which formed part of an events programme that accompanied the showing of Daniel Meadows’ first retrospective exhibition Daniel … Continue reading
In the second of our two recent Breakfast with the Artist events, on Monday 3rd October 2011, Greg Hobson sat in conversation with Photographer Donovan Wylie. Donovan is the recipient … Continue reading