BFI Future Film Festival 2019
Ten Young Filmmakers to Watch Out for at the BFI Future Film Festival 2019
We picked out some of the best shorts by young filmmakers screening this weekend.
'Two For Joy' Isn't Your Standard 'Gritty' Drama
We spoke to British filmmaker Tom Beard about his first feature length, which deals with grief, depression, class and, ultimately, hope.
Photos of Britain from When You Could Smoke Inside
We spoke to photographer Paul Reas about his 30-year career.
Paul Thomas Anderson on Perfectionism and Making 'Phantom Thread'
"At a certain point, my attention span runs out. I don't exactly have the temperament."
The Second Coming
The Men Who Believe They're Jesus
We spoke to photographer Jonas Bendiksen about his new book, for which he photographed seven guys who publicly claim to be the Messiah.
What We Saw On the Set of 'Baby Driver'
Edgar Wright's new film is all megastars and car chases, but things don't move so quickly during filming.
What It's Like to Shoot an Entire Feature-Length Film in One Take
We spoke to filmmaker Sebastian Schipper about his love letter to Berlin nightlife, <i>Victoria</i>, which was all shot in one long take.
Meet Jalal Nuriddin, the Forgotten Grandfather of Rap Who Inspired Everyone from Beastie Boys to Nas
His 1973 album, Hustlers Convention, sold badly, but has since been heralded as the genesis of rap music. It's untold story is the subject of a new documentary.
Remembering Scotland's Forgotten Post-Punk Bands
Grant McPhee is the man behind <i>The Sound of Young Scotland</i> – a film exploring Scotland's music scene in the 1970s.
Jim Saah Learned How to Use His Camera During the Height of DC Hardcore
I spoke to him about all his amazing photos of your favourite hardcore bands.
BB Bastidas Is Making His Generation's Answer to 'Kids'
<i>Joseph</i> is about a bunch of skaters losing their shit in Southern California.