UKGFF 2015: Divide In Concord Review

Over the next few weeks, FILM IN WORDS will be taking a special look at the 2015 UK Green film festival, showcasing and reviewing this year’s stellar lineup of thematically potent, visually arresting and environmentally focused films. We hope you can come along for the ride… Advertisements

Read More

UKGFF 2015: Seeds of Time Review

Over the next few weeks, FILM IN WORDS will be taking a special look at the 2015 UK Green Film Festival, showcasing and reviewing this year’s stellar lineup of thematically potent, visually arresting and environmentally focused films. We hope you can come along for the ride…

Read More

The Overnighters Review: Not Home Anymore

Words: Brody Rossiter Twitter: @BrodyRossiter LAND OF OPPORTUNITY Fear is a potent and unrelenting emotion. In some cases fear is a useful tool; a means of recognising and avoiding the dangers which lie in wait. In other cases fear falsifies a belief, creating an irrational suspicion of that which doesn’t wish to, or ultimately cannot, […]

Read More

Matt & Tom Berninger Interview: Mistaken for Strangers

Words: Brody Rossiter Twitter: @BrodyRossiter He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother After years of toiling away beneath the shaky lighting rigs of empty beer-soaked bars, peddling his musical wares alongside his melodic band of brothers, The National, Matt Berninger’s sucker-punch lyricism would propel the Ohio native from the rag-tag romanticism of New York City’s inconsequential […]

Read More

UKGFF: Lost Rivers Review

Words: Emmett Barlow Twitter: @EmmettBarlow WATER(UNDER)WORLD Montreal based writer & director Caroline Bacle’s 2012 documentary Lost Rivers interweaves the stories of rivers buried beneath major cities around the world. Each story from London, Seoul, Yonkers, to Toronto, Montreal and Brescia, sheds light on the forgotten and suppressed eco-systems idly flowing beneath these concrete jungles. Weighing […]

Read More

UKGFF: Musicwood Review

Words: Emmett Barlow Twitter: @EmmettBarlow WHILE MY FORREST GENTLY WEEPS What would you rather drive a vintage Ferrari or a Toyota Jazz? Words such as legacy, history and craftsmanship, may sway you, but in reality the price tag and national speed limit mean you get to you’re destination at the same time – although the […]

Read More