Take your time reading the following sentence, you may have to re-read it again: Bus drivers from Dorset decide to put Alien on stage for charity and end up in the theatre Walhalla of the West End in London.
Section: 3rd Documentary Section
De Dick Maas Methode
Through exceptional archival footage, you will not only discover the genius and extraordinary career of the director of THE LIFT and AMSTERDAMNED, but also his legacy of uncomplicated and “bigger than life” genre cinema!
THE FOUND FOOTAGE PHENOMENON
Our own found footage horror film shot at the BIFFF office – prominently featuring a half-eaten cheese sandwich and a Troll cardboard cutout – is trapped in post-production hell, so we’ve settled for this very insightful documentary on the genre. A genre that is as reviled as it is revered by horror buffs, but we’re… Continue reading THE FOUND FOOTAGE PHENOMENON
AMERICAN BADASS: A MICHAEL MADSEN RETROSPECTIVE
His ear-cutting skills are second only to Vincent Van Gogh… Ladies and gents: Michael Madsen! The man who proved putting on some quirky dance moves doesn’t make you any less of a vicious killer, has had a career spanning 3 decades and over 400 films… How that is even possible, we don’t know, but he’s… Continue reading AMERICAN BADASS: A MICHAEL MADSEN RETROSPECTIVE
ONCE UPON A TIME IN UGANDA
Once upon a time in a slapdash movie theater in the slums of Uganda’s capital Kampala, a little boy was dreaming big in front of the sweaty silver-screen shenanigans of Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris. One day he’d be an action director too! But life has a way of throwing childhood dreams under… Continue reading ONCE UPON A TIME IN UGANDA