The NFF Blog
Updates from the Norwich Film Festival...
June 19, 2013
Much Ado About Nothing Review
Rosie Hunt reviews Joss Whedon’s latest venture.
June 15, 2013
Inside the Mind of a Budget Filmmaker
Philip Abernethy interviewed local Norwich filmmaker Richard Harrison about making low budget movies, what insipres him and his plans for the future…
June 11, 2013
A Sad Tale’s Best For Winter…
Lucy Cowburn takes a look at Summer in February, released later this week
June 8, 2013
How to Make a Film! Part 2: Equipment
In the second part of his series on How to Make a Film, experienced Norwich based filmmaker Matthew Stogdon takes us through the basic equipment needed to make a masterpiece.
June 6, 2013
First Features at Cannes
Part 2 of Robyn Davies Cannes journal. This time she takes a look at some of the films shown as part of the Caméra d’Or (Best First Feature) section.
May 30, 2013
How to Make a Film! Part 1: Are you an Architect or a Gardener?
Thinking of submitting a film to next year’s Norwich Film Festival, but not sure what to do or how to go about it? Never fear! In a regular series budget filmmaker (and quiz master extraordinaire) Matthew Stogdon will guide you through the life draining, labour of love process.
May 26, 2013
Cannes Film Festival: Life at the Bottom of the Pack
Robyn Davies went on a little sojourn to Cannes, she tells us here what life is like in the pit of the world’s most famous film festival.
May 21, 2013
The Great Gatsby
Baz Luhrmann’s latest movie opened last week with a fanfare Marta Catalano finds out if the film matches the fuss.
May 18, 2013
Benjamin Britten’s Choirs of Wailing Shells
Lucy Cowburn takes a glance at a thoroughly local film – the forthcoming Benjamin Britten – Peace and Conflict
May 16, 2013
Star Trek Into Darkness
Rose Pope takes a look at the latest Star Trek offering from J.J. Abrams and has a couple of issues to raise…