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Claire Denis: An Introduction

 Claire Denis: An Introduction

Posted on Sun 6 June 2010

An introduction to the cinema of Claire Denis with a particular focus on her first film Chocolat.

 Cannes 2010 or... of Godard and Cinephiles 

Posted on Thu 3 June 2010 by Mark Cosgrove

A round up of thoughts on the films he saw and the state of cinema from Cannes 2010.
The Future of Personal Computers

 The Future of Personal Computers

Posted on Thu 3 June 2010

Dr Mike Fraser looks to the future and discusses the design problems and challenges inherent in mobile computing, public interfaces and embracing ambiguity.

South West Artists Residencies 2010

Project Ended in June 2010

Two artists residencies that combined art, pervasive technologies, and culture, which focused on the development of digital practice.
Decalogue 2003: Touching the Void

 Decalogue 2003: Touching the Void

Posted on Mon 31 May 2010

Dr Angela Piccini discusses the impact and significance of this stand out mountaineering docu-drama from 2003.
Eyes Wide Open - Director's Q&A

 Eyes Wide Open - Director's Q&A

Posted on Fri 14 May 2010

A discussion with the film's director about his study of homosexual love in in an orthodox Jewish community.
She, A Chinese: John Parish Q&A

 She, A Chinese: John Parish Q&A

Posted on Tue 4 May 2010

Composer and musician John Parish talks about creating the score for Xiaolu Guo's award winning debut feature film.

Magic and all that is ascribed to it

Project Ended in May 2010

The journal of an artists residency investigating contemporary digital techniques to reinvent authentic early stage illusions with a magical modern element.
Decalogue 2002: Russian Ark

 Decalogue 2002: Russian Ark

Posted on Sun 25 April 2010

Professor Ian Christie introduces 2002's Russian Ark, a dreamlike film shot in one single take that spans 300 year of Russian culture and history.
No Greater Love - Director's Q&A

 No Greater Love - Director's Q&A

Posted on Mon 19 April 2010

Q&A with the maker of this documentary which offers a rare insight into the cloistered way of life of a closed monastery of Carmelite nuns.

eShed

Project Ended in April 2010

eShed was a Bristol-based community and website for young people aged 14-21 who love film and media.