BFI FLARE INTERVIEW: Shana Myara on Finding Fat Liberation With ‘Well Rounded’ (2020)

Shana Myara talks to us about her debut feature documentary, ‘Well Rounded’, fresh from BFI Flare.

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INTERVIEW: Peter Murimi Talks Masculinity, Mental Health & ‘I Am Samuel’ (2020)

We spoke to director Peter Murimi about his documentary ‘I Am Samuel’, showing at this year’s BFI Flare Festival.

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INTERVIEW: Thomas Wilson-White Discusses Grief and Queer Genre Films with ‘The Greenhouse’ (2021)

This year’s BFI Flare festival was host for numerous world premiere’s, including Australian writer and director Thomas Wilson-White’s feature length debut The Greenhouse.

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INTERVIEW: Lázaro Ramos and Taís Araújo Discuss Collaboration and Inspiration for ‘Executive Order’ (2021)

In conversation with director Lázaro Ramos and lead actress Taís Araújo, we had the opportunity to learn more about the creative choices behind Executive Order.

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Between the Lines: NFF Writers Talk About Their Short Films

I was fortunate enough to have a virtual chat with not one, but two writers featured in the strand: Mike Marriage with his dystopian drama Ghillie and Azhur Saleem with his dark thriller Muse.

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INTERVIEW: Amelia Moses Talks Subverting Horror Tropes In ‘Bleed With Me’ (2020)

Still making the rounds at film festivals across the world, Bleed With Me has proven to be a noteworthy debut from writer/director Amelia Moses. In this interview, Moses chats about the making of the film and her love of the horror genre.

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INTERVIEW: Beck Kitsis Talks Intentions and Inspirations for ‘The Three Men You Meet at Night’ (2020)

We spoke with director, Beck Kistis, about her intentions and inspirations for the film, the difficulties of promoting a film in 2020, and her plans for the future.

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Between the Lines: ScreenplaySubs Creator Talks About the Value of Reading and Watching a Screenplay

I was fortunate enough to have a conversation with Egan Bisma, the person behind ScreenplaySubs, on the conception of the software, how it was made and the benefits of viewing a film in this particular way.

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Our LGBTQ+ Awakenings

Editor’s note: Most interviewees are noted only with their first name to protect anonymity  When poets and hopeless romantics lament about love, they often discuss that “lightning bolt” moment. The experience of seeing someone for the first time and thinking “Oh wow”. Some people inflate this moment as a sign of first love, some dismiss…

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INTERVIEW: Levi Eddie Aluede and Visions of a Vivid Life

When director Levi Eddie Aluede picks up my Instagram video call, they’re sitting outside on a balcony. As if already prepared for a profile shot, Levi finds himself naturally lit by the sun, leaned back in a relaxed pose that my long-abused spine immediately envies. I’m sat on my bed twenty minutes awake, attempting to…

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