We did things a bit differently for opening night this year: black tie was out, tea dresses and cardigans were in.
One of our very special festival guests, Ray Winstone, was interviewed by Mark Kermode in Pictureville Cinema yesterday.
In a talk at the museum, Simon Oliver—founder of game studio Hand Circus—had some advice for those thinking of pursuing a career in independent games development.
Image Metrics is the creator of Faceware, an award-winning facial animation technology used throughout the games, film and entertainment industries to streamline animation.
The second of two recent ‘Breakfast with the Artists’ events, on 3 October 2011, saw Greg Hobson in conversation with photographer Donovan Wylie.
Croissants and coffee have become a staple of our exhibitions programme, as we follow the opening of each temporary exhibition with a ‘Breakfast with the Artists’ event.
Ruth Haycock talks about her experience filming with photographer Daniel Meadows in preparation for our exhibition of his work.
Guest blogger Mike McKenny reviews Mohamed Al-Daradji’s Son of Babylon and gives an overview of LIFF’s Q&A session with the director.
Mike McKenny takes a deep dive into the world of the Ford brothers’ zombie flick The Dead, with a review of the movie and an interview with the directors and star Rob Freeman.