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Thinking seriously about short films

“For me there’s no greater art form than the short film.” Peter Mullan is a prolific Scottish actor and director whose short film Fridge (1996) was considered a masterpiece in the form. The above quote is from Mullan and leads me into an enquiry exploring the artistic nature of the short film and its many advantages and disadvantages over the longer form we all know so well – the feature film. There is no greater art form than film itself. Film captures all the arts under one lens: the light… Read more Thinking seriously about short films

François Ozon continues to pump life into his work – ‘The New Girlfriend’ is full of that special ingredient

Director: François Ozon Original Title: Une nouvelle amie Country of Production: France There is no definition of sexuality than can be exposed as essentially true. There is always the taste of new beginnings alongside the creation of something novel in François Ozon’s take on life. The New Girlfriend can appear as courageously outlandish at first sight, but with any thoughtfulness, it is really a stadium of delicacies, complications and desires flung about in a representative fashion that gives one a resounding connection. Your thoughts bounce along a treacherous path spread… Read more François Ozon continues to pump life into his work – ‘The New Girlfriend’ is full of that special ingredient