With lockdown drawing to a close, Jenny Bathurst and our Overtime readers deliver their best arts and culture guidance to see you through the next few weeks.Read More
Documentarian and journalist Adam Curtis has returned with a six-part series exploring power, emotion, conspiracy – issues of a postmodern era that provoke inaction and confound us.
Overtime contributor Sophie C discusses Part One of Curtis’ documentary series, Can’t Get You Out of My Head.Read More
Adapting for remote audiences was a key concern for film festivals and movie venues in 2020. As we move into 2021, will video-on-demand screenings continue to grow in popularity as an alternative to traditional moviegoing?
Overtime reporter Sophie C spoke with Tim Brown in December about co-organising digital film festival AMPLIFY! which debuted in 2020.Read More
UK cinema owners are optimistic about the reopening of their venues once the national lockdown is lifted. Do members of the public share their enthusiasm? (OT-TV video report.)Read More
Are we being watched? Who’s watching us? Who’s watching those who watch us? Overtime contributor Sophie C reviews Shalini Kantayya’s brand new documentary about the power of algorithms, and how those with the power to create them have been embedding unseen inequalities since the inception of AI development.Read More
Made interesting by the four artists this film connects, Evelyn Schels’ documentary showcases the power of performance and bodily presence in contemporary art. Overtime contributor Sophie C reviews another cinematic special streamed as part of 2020’s AMPLIFY! online film festival.Read More