Editor of CineVue and penner of words on cinema for various publications including Sight & Sound, BFI, Dazed & The Skinny.
Eight years after Standard Operating Procedure, Errol Morris again explores photographic memory with a more genial tribute to a photographer and friend.
Mind the gap: here are some of the finest filmmakers who kept us waiting years for their next feature.
Some notes for the London Film Festival BFI Live Blog on: James White, The Corpse of Anna Fritz, Wave vs Shore, Embrace of the Serpent, Son of Saul.
"...Imagine the tension of the bucket teetering over the protagonist’s head in Carrie (1976), or Neo’s first jaw-dropping foray into bullet-time in The Matrix (1999). Such effects can be traced back via Dziga Vertov..."