Electrosensitivity documentary ‘Electric Malady’ gets BAFTA nomination and March cinema release

We first became aware of Electric Malady in mid-2022 when it has its world premiere at the Copenhagen Documentary Film Festival CPH:DOX. We were impressed by this touching documentary film that follows William, a young man who suffers from Electromagnetic … Continue reading Electrosensitivity documentary ‘Electric Malady’ gets BAFTA nomination and March cinema release

Writer, director and actress of Icelandic music mockumentary film ‘BAND’ tells us about her ‘big little story of triumphant sisterhood’

Described as “the make it or break it story of an all-female Icelandic art rock band that probably will not make it and isn’t really a band”, BAND is a funny and heart-breaking ‘mockumentary’ about three women on the brink … Continue reading Writer, director and actress of Icelandic music mockumentary film ‘BAND’ tells us about her ‘big little story of triumphant sisterhood’

A quirky love story about a treehouse, chickens and infertility – ‘An Eternity of You and Me’ director talks about filming her own personal struggle

Denmark-based filmmaker Sanne This decided to make her and her husband, Albert, the subjects of her debut documentary film ‘An Eternity of You and Me’. The film showed at Copenhagen Dox earlier this year, where we saw it online, and … Continue reading A quirky love story about a treehouse, chickens and infertility – ‘An Eternity of You and Me’ director talks about filming her own personal struggle

‘Electric Malady’ documentary shines light on invisible illness EHS – director Marie Lidén talks to us ahead of its premiere at Sheffield Docfest

EHS – Electromagnetic hypersensitivity – is a claimed sensitivity to electromagnetic fields, emitted from everyday electrical items, which cause sufferers to experience unpleasant symptoms such as fatigue, headaches, nausea, sleep disturbances, and more. To try and combat these symptoms, sufferers … Continue reading ‘Electric Malady’ documentary shines light on invisible illness EHS – director Marie Lidén talks to us ahead of its premiere at Sheffield Docfest

Finnish director Einari Paakkenen discusses his documentary Karaoke Paradise

Last year we discovered Mads Hedegaard’s arcade playing friends in the excellent feel good documentary Canon Arm and the Arcade Quest this year we have been introduced to a similar feel good documentary with Einari Paakenen’s Karaoke Paradise which featured … Continue reading Finnish director Einari Paakkenen discusses his documentary Karaoke Paradise