Heyohhhhh! John here, so last night I went to see "The Road to civil war: marvel renascence". No it had nothing to do with the up and coming Marvel "Civil War" movie. The documentary directed by Philippe Guedj and Philippe Roure , is described by the Frenchmen as a letter of love. Both these guys grew up reading comic books and when they found out there was a marvel story that had not been told they jumped on it.
The documentary covers the fall and rise of Marvel, some peop
Alison here again - thanks to everyone who came down for Scottish Competition 2 last night, what a great showcase! My mum got so excited she dropped her glasses case down the back of the bleachers so i’ll have to climb under there today and find it. Mums. Love a mum. I think she tried to give my film a 6 out of 5 before she’d even seen it. So today I feel really great about the screening, It’s something i’m enjoying more in retrospect because I was still very nervous about si
Hello TF followers - Alison here again with a belated GSFF round up. (part 1)
My blogging became a bit lax because as I learned, at a film festival there’s just not enough time in the day to see everything you want to, let alone find the time to write about it but here’s what I saw over the past two days.
After 9.5hrs of sleep and a good stretch of morning faffing, I began my festival day at the GFT with International 5 ‘Outside Looking In’.
Again the curat
Hello TF followers - Alison Piper here, I will be blogging for TF all week from the Glasgow Short Film Festival where my first film ‘Stalactites’ is playing in competition. I’ll be writing short reviews, but mainly writing about my experience of being a first time filmmaker at a festival and how it feels to be part of the festival community and to show your work to the public. (I'm scared!) There’s so much to see. I’m going to prioritise work by Scottish filmmakers so I can b