Dead by 37, openly bi-sexual, constantly controversial: A major retrospective celebrates the maverick director, running at the BFI Southbank during April and May 2017.
CURRENT EVENTS & MEDIA
Miskatonic London’s April event offers an exploration into several facets of the made for television movie produced between 1964 – 1999.
We are pleased to announce a new book, published by Spectacular Optical, about the great French fantasy and horror filmmaker.
The March Film show is a Woman-In-Horror-Special, with guest including film festival director Nicole McControversy, Diabolique editor in chief Kat Ellinger, and actress Marcia do Vales.
Film critic and author John Towlson asks the question: Is the thirties horror film more akin to graphic modern horror than is often thought?
London SadFest is a unique film festival that celebrates and explores the world of sad films, music and poetry.
This month Alex Fitch and Virginie Sélavy look at how to track down obscure films and their links with conspiracy theories.
PREVIOUS EVENTS & MEDIA
- Lost Treasures of Japanese Genre Filmmaking
- Little Houses, Big Forests (desire is no light thing)
- Electric Sheep Film Show January 2017
- “Nature Found Them Guilty”: Revenge in Australian Exploitation Cinema
- Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies – London unveils spring 2017 line-up
- Electric Sheep Film Show December 2016
- Working the Blue Rose Case: Signs, Codes, and Mysteries in David Lynch’s Fire Walk With Me
- Electric Sheep Film Show November 2016
- Little Terrors: Children’s Horror on Film and Television
- Electric Sheep Film Show October 2016
- Cheap Thrills: Women of Exploitation Talk
- Vulgar Structures; or Andrzej Żuławski’s Love Triangles
- BFI London Film Festival 2016 Preview
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