ASFF 2014 is accepting film submissions until 31 May for this year’s festival, which will take place from 6 – 9 November in York, UK. Counting down to the deadline, we are showcasing a selection of outstanding films from ASFF 2013.
Martinique-born anticolonial thinker, liberation theorist and psychiatrist Frantz Fanon’s 1962 text The Wretched of the Earth shows itself to be provocative in the clarity and strength of both its rhetoric and its thorough, nuanced survey of the material and psychological effects of colonialism.
There is one month left to submit your short film into ASFF 2014. Enter by 31 May, and be in with a chance of winning screening across an impressive array of cinema venues at the festival in York, UK, 6 – 9 November.
Bringing together the largest display of James Bond Vehicles ever staged in London, London Film Museum hosts the official exhibition of the iconic James Bond Car.
Fashion designer, Alexia Hentsch, speaks to Crane TV about her brand Hentsch Man. Starting out with a simple quest to discover the perfect white shirt, Hentsch’s designs are now a favourite on the London Collections schedule.
When it comes to pop music Bob Stanley is the expert. Former owner of his own record label, a music journalist and one third of Indie band Saint Etienne, it’s fair to say he knows his stuff.
The home of Punchdrunk’s The Drowned Man, Temple Studios, will be opening its doors for exclusive screenings of two Hollywood cinema classics, Day of the Locust and Sunset Boulevard this April.
Jonas Holmberg who has been the festival’s international programme director and the deputy artistic director since 2012 has taken over from Marit Kapla as the new artistic director at the Göteborg International Film Festival. Kapla is moving on to become responsible for the festival’s new digital film channel which launched last autumn.
A celebration of short film, ASFF is an international festival that champions and supports rising talent.
Online video magazine Crane.tv has partnered with The New York Times, The Huffington Post and The Guardian to produce a new documentary featuring four Oscar-nominees.
Seven ground-breaking Polish short films, selected from nearly 300 submitted titles, make up the Short Waves Grand Prix 2014 screening, which will be showcased at Hackney Picturehouse (Attic) on Sunday 30 March. Short Waves Festival in Pozna?, Poland, have partnered up with London Short Film Festival to create this one-off, must see screening.
Portuguese filmmaker Basil da Cunha’s new film After the Night (Até Ver A Luz) will be released in cinemas 25 April. Da Cunha’s authentic crime story is set in the backstreets of Lisbon, in which he strives for a brash realism, using local actors and improvised dialogue.
Iris van Herpen’s Autumn / Winter 2014 collection combined craft and technology at Paris Fashion Week. Producing a futuristic collection that paid tribute to traditional craftsmanship and the advances of the digital age, van Herpen’s clothes have a distinctive and unique style.
Canary Wharf Screen continues its Urban Visionaries programme this month with Part Three: FLAMIN Long-Form, which exhibits the films of Charlotte Ginsborg and Georgina Starr and runs from 13 March to 13 April.
BFI Southbank will present This is Now: Film and Video After Punk this April featuring underground films from London’s post-punk era 1979-85.
Moving Image was specifically developed to give moving image-based artworks a platform for promotion. Based in London and New York, the state-side division opens today and runs until 9 March.
International Women’s Day is marked by Birds Eye View film festival with a special screening at the BFI Southbank. Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines, directed by Kristy Guevara-Flanagan, will be open to audiences at 6.30pm and will be preceded by announcements about the full festival programme in April.
Film London has launched the 2014 Jarman Award. Key people from the UK’s art world have been invited to nominate UK moving image artists as potential recipients of this year’s Award, which is presented in partnership with Channel 4 and in association with the Whitechapel Gallery.
In a celebration of short films that explore the theme of architecture and nature, The Architecture Foundation is now accepting submissions for its first ever film competition.
Cinema Remake will run from 23 March to 1 June at EYE Film Institute Netherlands, Amsterdam, in a compelling showcase of work by filmmakers and artists who use iconic feature films as a basis with which to create something radically new.
Goldfrapp’s Tales Of Us cinema event presents a worldwide screening of the stunning film Tales Of Us followed immediately by an exclusive dramatic live performance transmitted into cinemas from the magnificent surroundings of the legendary Air Studios in London.