Virginie Sélavy explores the influence of Surrealism on cinema in a new and expanded five-week film course running from 26 February – 26 March 2019 at London’s Close-Up Film Centre.
Electric Sheep founder Virginie Sélavy traces the development of Le Cinéma fantastique in a talk to introduce the forthcoming BFI film season.
Electric Sheep founder Virginie Sélavy explores the influence of May 68 on the major French films released that year and looks at their contrasting vision.
This Halloween themed episode includes interviews with author Kim Newman, director Keir Burrows and cinema programmer Anna Bogutskaya .
To mark the launch of his new book, Kim Newman will be talking about critiquing films some reckon beyond or beneath or outside criticism.
Our editor Virginie Sélavy examines the unique women directors who worked in the golden age of exploitation cinema in this one-hour lecture.
Virginie Sé explores authority, worship and ecstasy among the disobedient nuns, priests and sadistic witch hunters of mid-20th century cinema.
In the first lecture of the Miskatonic Institute’s Spring semester, Jack Sargeant explores Ballard’s experimental work beyond literature.
A very special event and a unique celebration of the work of pioneering British screenwriter Nigel Kneale.
The third Miskatonic lecture examines the neglected 1960s German krimi genre, based on the mystery novels of British writer Edgar Wallace.