WESLEY is a haunting short film about the pervasiveness of American gun culture on young…
“I think we need to wonder how Wales is represented, it’s a bit of a closed network”: In Conversation with Director of Bitter Sky, Joseph Ollman
Elizabeth Sorrell interviews the director of Bitter Sky about this new film, as well as his relationship with Welsh film.
“Grab your camera, grab some mates, and go and do something”: An interview with Silent Night director Will Thorne
Becky Davies interviews the director of Silent Night, Will Thorne.
LFF: ‘We should all just be who we are, and let’s knock the walls and barriers that restrict us!’ – An Interview with director Peter Murimi
Film editor Theo Smith, interviews director Peter Murimi about his debut film which is playing at the London Film Festival.
Emily Dennis sits down with the star from Harry Melling’s latest comedy.
The Edge were able to sit down (virtually) with actor Harry Melling and discuss his…
Katie Evans sits down with the filmmaker and long time actor to discuss his directorial debut feature.
“It’s real people’s stories I want to tell” – An interview with Keep Busy Productions founder, Kate Briggs-Price
It’s been a busy time for Southampton Alumni Kate Briggs-Price. Their recent film, Social Cues, won…
Up and coming director Albert Shin is garnering the attention of many, best known for…
“Make stuff that’s 100% you and that only you could make” – An Interview with Edge Alumnus Ben Robins
Ex-Film Editor Ben Robins gets real about his film debut, life post university, and what it takes to be a filmmaker.
“You can (and must) make a film without money, or even without a camera. What you really need is the urge to make it.”- An interview with Juanjo Gimenez
Writer Sophie interviews Juanjo Gimenez, the name behind the Academy Award nominated and Palme D’Or winning Timecode.
Denzel Washington talks diversity, directing and performances in a Q&A about his new films Fences.
Raindance Film Festival: – “There’s no point running out and shooting something unless you’ve got a script that is amazing” – An interview with Keir and Dédé Burrows, Part Two
In part two of The Edge’s interview with director-producer team Keir and Dédé Burrows, the…
Raindance Film Festival: “If I were to meet myself, I’d crack jokes with me, we’d have the same sense of humour, we’d get along, we’ve both gotta be idiots” – An interview with Keir and Dédé Burrows, Part One
Sophie Trenear continues our coverage of Raindance Film Festival, with an interview with the creative forces behind Sci-fi screener, Worm.