Free Event Tuesday 29th September, 2009, 7pm Screen Forum: Black Country Cinema’s “Personal, Instinctual & Organic Video Poetry of everyday life.” Black Country Cinema was founded in early 2009 by a growing community of...
This blog was setup to contribute towards our search for a cinematic truth. It serves as a way to express our philosophies and experiences of the film making process; a sort of self reflection that will inevitably change and shift as we continue to make films. We also use this space to post interviews with other more established filmmakers from around the world to get an insight into their own philosophies of cinema.
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