Chronicles of Narnia Q&A

Chronicles of Narnia Q&A

If you’ve ever wanted to interview a Hollywood director – now’s your chance! kamera is asking its readers to submit questions for a unique collaborative interview with Andrew Adamson – director of the forthcoming Narnia film

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L’eclisse

L’eclisse

Antonioni has never been regarded as one of Italy’s more accessible directors – but he is unquestionably one of its greatest. Antonio Pasolini reviews one of the Italian maestro’s lesser known works – The Eclipse

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Punishment Park

Punishment Park

With the unforgettable images of Abu Ghraib still burned into our memories, and the conflict between civil liberties and the fight against terrorism occupying every front page, Ian Haydn Smith takes a timely look back at Punishment Park

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The League Of Gentlemen

The League Of Gentlemen

The League Of Gentlemen have undoubtedly entered the annals of British cult comedy, but their distinctive – and decidedly bizarre – style hasn’t translated all that well beyond British shores. Xavier Mendik and Leon Hunt chat to the League about their debut film

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Kings & Queens

Kings & Queens

The days of the New Wave may be long gone, but we can still rely on French filmmakers to try and push the boundaries of cinematic storytelling – at least a little. Antonio Pasolini reviews a complicated tale by Arnaud Desplechin

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Horizons East(Wood)

Horizons East(Wood)

Tahir Latif is a longtime fan of Horizons West, Jim Kitses’ groundbreaking study of the western. In an exclusive feature article for kamera.co.uk, he responds to the latest edition of the book and explains its enduring appeal

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Sin City

Sin City

After a string of limp, lacklustre comic book adaptations, we’ve finally got what we deserved – a film version of a graphic novel which actually resembles its source material. KJ Doughton wonders if Robert Rodriguez’s new film might be his best yet

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Bin-jip (3 Iron)

Bin-jip (3 Iron)

Golf might not seem the most obvious metaphor for a film about the fragility of human relationships and the music of chance, but then Korean cinema has its own set of rules. Antonio Pasolini thinks we could all learn a lesson from Kim Ki-duk

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