Monday, 24 April 2017
 

Saint Etienne & Paul Kelly - How We Used to Live

Director and pop band team up again to pay homage to the capital.

 

The London Film Festival: a guide

Only Lovers Left Alive


Less glamorous than Cannes, less star-studded than Venice, and smaller than Toronto, it’s the 57th yearly film festival organised by the British Film Institute. But what it lacks in bling it makes up for in quality: this year’s line-up is widely seen as the strongest in a long while. Opening day coincides with the BFI Player launch – essentially iPlayer for cinephiles – which will screen daily reports from the festival as well as classic and contemporary films. LFF runs 9-20 October.

 

One Minute With Brice Stratford - Cannibal Valour in St Giles

Sex, death and deceit. The summoning of devils and six-way swordfights. This season The Owle Schreame Theatre Company is resurrecting 3 graphic Jacobean tragedies and premiering two 400 year old plays. Director Brice Stratford tell Snipe about his current rep season and “The Cannibal Valour of Bussy D’Ambois”

 

One Minute With Kate Garner's Warrior Women.

Featuring original and reworked portraits of Pussy Riot, Patti Smith, Bjork, Yoko Ono and Kate Moss, photographer Kate Garner’s new show “Warrior Women” opens at the Zebra One Gallery this month.

 

One Minute With Lotfy Nathan: Director of The 12 O'Clock Boys

Lotfy Nathan, 26, debuted his documentary feature —12 O’CLOCK BOYS—to critical acclaim at this year’s SXSW Film Festival. While showing the film at London’s Open City Docs Festival, he spoke to Snipe about Baltimore, bike gangs and embarking on his first film.

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