The 65th annual Cannes Film Festival kicks off on the 16 May and runs until 27 May. The festival previews films from all genres, from around the world. Influential as a proving ground for both established and upcoming filmmakers, the festival is a huge event, drawing huge crowds and media attention.
This year’s Cannes Film Festival takes place from 16 – 27 May, and for the team at MilesTone Films, the festival will mark the start of an exciting 12 months of preparation and production. We spoke to Director Miles Watts.
After the comparatively tame but still exceptional Melancholia (2011), Lars Von Trier is set to bring controversy back to the big screen with his new film, Nymphomaniac.
The sister project of Secret Cinema, The Other Cinema are coming to town.
York plays host to a brilliant new web series as I Am Tim splatters onto your screens on 10 May. The fake documentary uses old school, practical special effects inspired by films such as The Evil Dead and Bad Taste.
Filming has started for The Knife That Killed Me, the Universal Pictures backed thriller being made just outside of York at the newly refurbished Green Screen Studios.
Easter is a time of many things. We however want to take a look at some films that make us feel particularly “Eastery”.
Last week we saw a live Q&A with the legendary Werner Herzog, here are the results.
Werner Herzog’s Into The Abyss showed this week at York’s City Screen. We went along to review this controversial film.
O&O can exclusively reveal the title of MilesTone Films’ new upcoming feature film: Whoops!
Do you think you have what it takes to work as part of a successful filmmaking team? Do you have the necessary skills to produce a critically and commercially viable film? If so read on.
Following on our sneak peak of the upcoming 18th Bradford International Film Festival last month (here), One&Other were thrilled to see the official line-up of films, competitions, events and premieres released yesterday.
As fans the world over continue to celebrate the man and his work, the British Film Institute (BFI) announced on Friday 9th March that they had discovered the earliest example of a Dickensian film, titled ‘The Death of Poor Joe’
A ground-breaking partnership between the University of York and the local film production company behind The Knife That Killed Me has been extended by a further four films.
On an evening filled with nostalgia, this year’s Academy Awards produced one or two big surprises.
By the year 2020, Bradford aims to build on their granted title of City of Film, creating an environment synonymous with film production, history and opportunity.