October 22, 2012

The Medium and The Messenger

Diarmuid Hester Oren Moverman’s The Messenger (2009) and Tony Gilroy’s The Bourne Legacy (2012) offer contrasting portraits of mankind’s relationship with modern technology but while one merely confirms […]
October 16, 2012

Redrum 237 : You are the caretaker

Diarmuid Hester On one of my final days in New York this summer, I got tickets for a late night showing of Kubrick’s The Shining at the […]
October 14, 2012


By Daniel Fawcett and Clara Pais Part 5 of our regular column in which we give short personal introductions to those unique gems of cinema that […]
October 8, 2012

Join our Pornography Panel Debate

James Marcus Tucker One+One will be hosting a panel/round-table debate on Pornography and sex in cinema at the London Underground Film Festival this December. We are […]
September 27, 2012

Babes, Bullets and Blaxploitation: A Coffy retrospective.

Melanie Mulholland and Bradley Tuck Coffy is a perfect example the Blaxploitation tradition. This isn’t arty experimental cinema, but boy does it pack action, revenge, intrigue and […]
September 24, 2012

Sex and Fury

By Bradley Tuck and Melanie Mulholland The other week we had the wonderful experience of watching Sex and Fury, a Japsploitation film starring Reiko Ike and […]
September 19, 2012

Savage Witches World Premiere

Clara Pais and Daniel Fawcett As regular readers of One+One you will no doubt be aware that we have recently completed our new feature film Savage […]
September 15, 2012

Saturday’s Victim

Diarmuid Hester This afternoon at 2pm, the Duke of York’s cinema in Brighton in association with City Reads presents a rare screening of Basil Deardon’s ground-breaking Victim (1961). […]
September 12, 2012

Gore Videl’s Myra Breckenridge and Queer Malthusianism

Bradley Tuck Since that exchange, Myra Breckenridge has been thought by some to be a Commie, not the worst thing to be known as at the […]
September 11, 2012

One+One Godard Giveway

Diamuid Hester One+One: Filmmakers Journal has got its hands on a couple of awesome Jean-Luc Godard themed tote bags, courtesy of the IFC Center in New York. Made […]
September 9, 2012

The State of Independence

James Marcus Tucker September sees the 32nd Cambridge Film Festival at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse.  One+One’s Daniel Fawcett and Clara Pais will be there representing their new […]
September 7, 2012


by Daniel Fawcett and Clara Pais Part 4 of our new regular column in which we give short personal introductions to those unique gems of cinema […]
September 5, 2012

Music, Movies and Misanthropy: On Boyd Rice and Iconoclast

Bradley Tuck  Bob Larson: Are you a nice man? Boyd Rice: I am one of the nicest men you will ever meet One of my first […]
September 4, 2012

Abstract, experimental, hypnotic: Fischinger & Sharits

Diamuid Hester A couple of experimental filmmakers I’ve been able to check out during my time in New York which is, unfortunately, drawing to a close. […]
September 2, 2012

Richard Heslop’s Floating

Clara Pais and Daniel Fawcett You are more than likely familiar with Richard Heslop’s work, he was the director of classic music videos for bands such […]
September 1, 2012

Barbara Hammer’s Living Cinema

James Marcus Tucker American experimental filmmaker Barbara Hammer has been described as the pioneer of lesbian queer cinema.  But, making short films in the 1970s at […]
August 31, 2012


  By Daniel Fawcett and Clara Pais Part 3 of our new regular column in which we give short personal introductions to those unique gems of […]
August 29, 2012

Prison, Cinema and the Fight against Injustice

Bradley Tuck With Pussy Riot spending time in prison on charges of hooligonism, I thought it was worth taking a trip through the uses, or more importantly, […]
August 27, 2012

Queer | Art | Film

Diarmuid Hester All too late, I was recently made aware of the IFC New York’s Queer|Art|Film programme, a series of screenings and discussions which focus on subversive […]
August 25, 2012

The day I met Ron Peck

James Marcus Tucker Interviewing Ron Peck in his East End studio in 2009 felt like I had met a fellow traveller. His first feature film Nighthawks – […]