Nick Cave’s last film was life-affirming. This one is too, but only because it will make you clutch those you hold dear with unprecedented vitality.
Tate Liverpool put on a back-to-back exhibition of two of the 20th century’s most vital painters of bodies. Here we have two unique minds who justified their medium’s relevance through portraying what photographs couldn’t: nightmares, neurosis, and the unspeakable.
The 2016 Derby Film Festival has been magnificent. We’re going to see it out in style by watching as much animation as we can. We have April & The Extraordinary World, followed by This Is Not A Cartoon – a global animation showcase!
We sent Dr. Brand to watch American Guinea Pig – Bloodshock at the Derby Film Festival. He’s a psychologist and a scholar, so he knows what he’s doing.
With the Fantastiq portion of the Derby Film Festival in full swing, we have no choice but to watch some scary films. So let’s watch some scary films!
I knew that tonight would be more of a celebration than a lamentation, but I wasn’t prepared for this.
The temperature’s crawling up but the rain’s still lashing down. It’s your typical bank holiday Monday, then. Luckily, the good people at the Derby Film Festival have kindly lavished us with 3+ hours of pure cinematic escapism.
Day 3 at the Derby Film Festival, we get two films beginning with M: Mile End is instantly forgettable, but Mustang is a haunting bittersweet masterpiece.
Marvel as I strive to learn as much as I can about HUMANITY in one 24 hour period! Anything is possible at the Derby Film Festival.