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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kamera blog

kamera ventures into the world of the blog this week, with a brand new section of the site devoted entirely to cinematic comment – provided as always by kamera’s expert pool of writers. Editor Oliver Berry gives us the lowdown on the new kamera blog

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A Quick Chat With Tony Fingleton

A Quick Chat With Tony Fingleton

Tony Fingleton’s story is the classic underdog tale – a working class kid who grew up in 1950s Brisbane, and went on to become an Australian swimming champion and silver medallist at the 1962 Commonwealth Games. Oliver Berry caught up with as a new film based on his life hit British screens

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Oldboy

The latest film from the much-lauded Korean director Park Chan-Wook walked away with the Grand Prix at last year’s Cannes Film Festival and drew high praise from Quentin Tarantino. Oliver Berry reviews the film for its DVD release

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The French Issue

The French Issue

A welcome return this week for Kamera’s special series exploring the state of national cinemas around the world. Following on from Japan and Hong Kong, our writers head for the land of le septième art

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The Rise and Fall of British Horror (Part 1)

The Rise and Fall of British Horror (Part 1)

There was a time, not so long ago, when British horror movies were regularly frightening the life out of cinemagoers both at home and abroad. Following the success of films like 28 Days Later and Dog Soldiers, Oliver Berry wonders whether the British horror film might be about to make a comeback

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Cold Mountain

Cold Mountain

Anthony Minghella’s third big-screen book adaptation hits our screens this month, and looks set to sweep the board at the BAFTAs, and maybe the Oscars too. Oliver Berry explores a civil war love story set on Cold Mountain

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The Hong Kong Issue

The Hong Kong Issue

From bizarre fantasy to gritty thrillers to explosive action films, few countries can boast the variety, style and imagination of Hong Kong’s film industry. Oliver Berry introduces the second issue in kamera.co.uk’s series on international cinema

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Films of 2003 Results

Films of 2003 Results

As a new year dawns, kamera.co.uk takes a look back over the highs and lows of 2003 in our special review issue this week. First it’s time to announce the results of our reader polls for the best and worst films of last year

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Films of the Year 2003

Films of the Year 2003

With 2003 drawing to its close, and studio executives already turning their minds to next summer’s blockbuster season, it’s about time we looked back at this year in cinema. Oliver Berry invites you to nominate your best (and worst) films of 2003

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The Japanese Issue

Welcome to the first of a regular new series on international cinema at kamera.co.uk. Oliver Berry, the magazine editor, introduces the inaugural Japanese issue and outlines our plans for the future

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Cinema 16

Cinema 16

Most filmmakers cut their directorial teeth making short films, but the majority never make it to our cinema screens. This new DVD features 16 shorts by new and established British directors. Oliver Berry thinks it opens up a new way of viewing and distributing the format

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