Crossing Over: The Art of Jeremy Down
How We Used To Live is a celebration of post-war London on film. Directed by Paul Kelly using footage from the BFI National Archive and accompanied by a score composed by Saint Etienne’s Pete Wiggs with narration from Ian McShane.
This weekend ASFF selects five films from around the world that deliver a feast for the senses, from a Jehovah’s Witness community in Oldham to rural Dominican Republic to the mountains of Kashmir.
This year’s Film4 Summer Screen turns its attention to climate change and superficial commodities from 10 August at Somerset House: The Square and Truth to Power will premiere.