BloG AND FORUMThoughts and updates from the Cinetopia team.
Love Your Local – from the Comfort of Your Home: The Making of an Online Film Programme by Betty Stojnić
Betty Stojnić interviews Love Your Local co-curators about conceiving a new, online series for Cinetopia:DOC
So Mayer traces a brilliant outline of the social and historical context in which Varda shot Daguerréotypes.
The Driving Force of A Community: Laaste de Mohikanen / Last Of The Mohicans By Milo Farragher-Hanks
Milo Farragher-Hanks reviews our second film in our documentary series, Love Your Local, showcasing how this film tackles questions around the benefits and definitions of the idea of a community
Arturo González Villaseñor photo credit https://pecime.com.mx/ Arturo González Villaseñor, director of "Llévate mis Amores," first film in our online programme LOVE YOUR LOCAL answers our questions from Mexico City (questions and translations by Love Your Local...
Curators Amaya Bañuelos Marco and Federica Pugliese introduce our new online programme of documentaries and curated online discussion exploring the significance of community.
Elisa interviews Franco Calandrini, head of the Ravenna Nightmare Film Festival, and they discuss adapting the festival format in the post-lockdown scenario.
Betty interviews musician Aurora Engine, with whom we collaborated on Electric Muses in March.
Befitting our current predicament, guest contributor Federica Pugliese examines films which have explored confinement and isolation.
A throwback to last month, in which Elisa took part as a volunteer for the Glasgow Film Festival.
In the midst of some troubling times, Elisa shows us the light in her account from Iberodocs’ closing night.
Betty’s back from Berlinale – here are her dispatches from the field.
Elisa gives us her in-depth take on this year’s Oscars ceremony.
In our new feature article, Betty Stojnić explores the positive effects of film networking through our first session of 2020.
Our newest contributor Elisa Teneggi takes a look at the Chinese Visual Festival’s recent visit to Edinburgh.
Part two of our favourite films of 2019, including Joker, Marriage Story, and The Irishman.
Part one of our favourite films of 2019, based on the UK calendar of releases.