Director of It’s Not All Rock & Roll, a new documentary about Hamburg duo Swearing At Motorists, talks to Lorna Irvine about putting the film together
We spoke to the filmmaker about Undergods, screening at Glasgow Film Festival
Film in the Time of Corona. We speak to writer and director Xia Magnus about his debut feature Sanzaru and the future of indie cinema after the pandemic
The creative team behind James Vs. His Future Self talk about navigating the pitfalls of the time travel movie.
“Everything we do now in the future will be regarded as early cinema.” We chat with the Candyman director about new film Samurai Marathon and his career in the industry.
The director and producer of acclaimed short Sylvia speak to The Wee Review about their debut film
We chat to the writer and director of moving father/daughter short Lefty/Righty.
We chat to the writer and director about her offbeat rom-com Emma Peeters
We spoke to the director ahead of a nationwide tour of his film Neither Wolf Nor Dog.
Nicola Macdonald sits down with The Goob director Guy Myhill and newcomer Liam Walpole to talk Norfolk, fight scenes and escaping fate.
We speak to Programme Coordinator Sean Greenhorn about the Sound & Vision strand’s new place in the Glasgow Film Theatre calendar.
Patrick Harley speaks to Jonathan Clements about Scotland Loves Anime and what makes Japanese animation quite so unique.
Callum Madge poses some questions to the director about his documentary on the infamous miner’s strikes.
Ahead of a screening at Hidden Door Festival, Callum Madge speaks to the Festival Director of the Edinburgh Short Film Festival.
Callum Madge speaks to the director about her documentary Dangerous Acts Starring the Unstable Elements of Belarus.
Callum Madge catches up with the programmer for the Middle Eastern Film Festival, James McKenzie.
Festival director of Africa in Motion (25 Oct-2 Nov) speaks to us about how African art has skyrocketed over the last ten years.
Huge interview with Berberian Sound Studio director about his love of soundtracks, effects and the bombastic brilliance of Italian ‘Giallo’ horror.
Neil Rolland, creator of Write Shoot Cut, speaks to Alexandra Wingate about his quirky new evening dedicated to short films.
Director of the Filmhouse’s Dead by Dawn horrorfest, speaks to us about everything horror!