Interviews

Following our sold-out screening of Alfonso Cuaron's pioneering blockbuster Gravity, special FX supervisor Tim Webber sat down with Directors UK member Stephen Woolfenden to explain the process of bringing the film to life.

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Following our interview with BRITDOC earlier this year, we're pleased to bring you the next edition in our series of interviews with production companies. This time round it's the turn of one of the most productive, influential and successful developers of feature film in the UK: Film4.

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On 10th October Captain Phillips had its first UK screening outside of the London Film Festival Opening Gala for an audience of Directors UK members.

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Following our screening of the acclaimed documentary Hawking, director Stephen Finnigan sat down with fellow D-UK member Ursula Macfarlane to talk about how the film came together, what it was like working with the world famous scientist and take questions from the audience.

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Sue Bourne has spent the past 15 years quietly establishing herself as one of the country's leading observational documentary-makers. Films such as the award-winning My Street, in which she met with the neighbours living within the 115 households on her road, or The Red Lion, a journey to each of the 600 pubs sharing the name in the UK, provide an insight into the lives of their subjects to reveal emotions and experiences that relate to us all.

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