Film Focus on: The Dogme 95 Film Movement with Ash Singh & Emily Cook

In this exclusive video Emily‘s joined by Film Focus‘ Resident Cultural Commentator Ash Singh to talk about the controversial avant-garde film movement, Dogme, where the director doesn’t get credited and sexual acts are depicted for real. In this filmed segment, Ash speaks about this exciting and often misused Danish school of filmmaking.

*Warning- trailers contain nudity and sexual references.*

Ash Singh
Ash Singh is a social and cultural commentator and broadcaster who has written for the Guardian,  Spectator, Scotsmen and appears regularly on national and international television. He has a book coming out later this year.

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Tony Ageh OBE on iPlayer’s creation, BAFTA and the future of Film and TV

We met up with media and broadcast innovator Tony Ageh (OBE) the other day at the BBC, to talk about what he’s been watching as a BAFTA panellist, how the evolution of new media is affecting our viewing patterns and consumption of film and his instrumental role in developing market leading on demand service, BBC iPlayer and he dispels the myths surrounding the service’s creation. We also discuss whether there’s still a place for the cinema experience.

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