Science Fiction films have always provided a great platform for shaping strong female leads. Perhaps, for some, it was easier to imagine the existence of independent strong women in the imaginative worlds far far away.
Russian Film Week finished with the ceremony of The Golden Unicorn Awards. The main award for The Best Film went to Sergey Livnev for “Van Goghs”, the film was amongst KinoSelect's recommendations at Russian Film Week.
A gloriously lyrical account of a coming of age lived through a love of cinema is gently, quietly, told by cinephile extraordinaire Mark Cousins.
Of the many compelling love affairs that punctuated the lives of the writers and artists of the Bloomsbury set during the first half of the 20th century, Virginia Woolf's involvement with Vita Sackville-West stands out.
Sometimes I think I am on a boat, with the rest of the crew, floating towards the City of Z, and everything that’s happening right now in my life is just an imagination of a bored mind.