This is a DIGITAL PDF version of Film Stories issue 31.
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Here's what's in issue 31 of Film Stories!
The co-star of Ali & Ava in a big exclusive chat, that touches on his anxieties of filming, wine with writer/director Clio Barnard, and his utterly leftfield performance in Save The Cinema too.
There’s no Ali & Ava without Claire Rushbrook’s brilliant Ava – and she’s been chatting to us too, along with…
One of Britain’s finest filmmakers tells us about her latest film, and why she filmed it where she did...
- Why are some films not available anymore? Why do they keep disappearing?
- The rise of ‘one for the fans’ in blockbuster cinema
- When movie studios cooperate with the military
- The low budget sci-fi gamechangers
- Accessible screenings in the UK: are things finally getting better?
- The DVD store in France that’s still, somehow, going strong
- Where did Harry Potter’s car go?
- The Prism of Race: Jamal Franklin on his trilogy of films
- Ruth Paxton: the brilliant director of A Banquet takes us into her film
- D is for Documentary: how a terrific film all about Sesame Street came together
- James Moran’s writing clinic
- All new puzzle page that’s moved on from the regular Geostorm feature!
- Lots of reviews!
- Lots more interviews!
- Lots of odd films we think you should watch!
- And an odd bit of movie merchandise…
Plus! Amongst the 20+ paid writers in this issue, three are getting their first ever paid print writing work.
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