When Critics Become Filmmakers

They were cool, radical and French. The French New Wave carries an almost mythic quality among cinephiles as the most influential and widely recognised avant-garde in the history of cinema. The story of its origins is whispered as a tale of yesteryear to every succeeding generation. Friendships born of long nights in Parisian Cine-clubs. Hours […]

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Politically Correct Filmmaking

“It was very pleasing to have been shortlisted into the Barnes Film Festival; those that run the festival created a platform for my voice.” Neha Khan-Dillon I am a mixed race homosexual female filmmaker. Born to a Pakistani mother and Punjabi father, whilst simultaneously immersed in Arabic lifestyle (due to us living in Dubai at […]

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