We talk New York, watermelons and Freaky Friday with the artist and filmmaker, whose latest short, A is for Artist, is screening at the BFI London Film Festival.
The director, who models herself on Ferris Bueller and would like Gal Gadot to star in the film of her life, reveals her film influences.
One of the UK’s up-and-coming producers talks about her recent British Council-supported trip to the Shanghai International Film Festival.
The VR pioneer and director of Limina Immersive, a VR curation and exhibition startup and British Council partner, whose goal is to make VR more accessible, talks us through her reality.
Meet the east London experimental animator, who was the subject of a retrospective at the 2018 Edinburgh Film Festival, where we support the McLaren Animation Award.
The project director of Global Short Doc Forum, which held its British Council-supported inaugural workshop series in May 2018, discusses her career.
We spoke to the director and producer, who graduated from NFTS with their stop-motion animation short Inanimate, which was selected by Cinéfondation at Cannes 2018.
The London Film School graduate and writer/director of short film End of Season, which was selected for the Cinéfondation section at Cannes 2018, discusses her professional life.
The director of eye-popping short Rebirth is Necessary discusses her thoughts on sound, vision and blackness.
Lead technical artist at game development studio Creative Assembly discusses her work and the games that have influenced her.
The God's Own Country producer, who was one of 2018's Berlinale Talents, talks to us about her film favourites.
2018 has see the writer-director take his short film Wren Boys to Sundance and the BAFTA awards. He chats to us about his life in film.
The actress and director of award-winning short film Your Mother and I reveals her influences and what she's working on at the moment.