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August 24, 2012

EYEBLAZE #2 DAISIES

By Daniel Fawcett and Clara Pais Part 2 of our new regular column in which we give short personal introductions to those unique gems of cinema […]
August 19, 2012

EYEBLAZE #1 THUNDERCRACK!

  By Daniel Fawcett and Clara Pais Part 1 of our new regular column in which we give short personal introductions to those unique gems of […]
August 17, 2012

Jeff Keen

Daniel Fawcett I was planning on writing an in-depth article about Jeff Keen’s Films for today’s blog post, but instead I am going to say a […]
August 15, 2012

Film Challenge 2011: Revolutions in Progress: We Found a Time Machine

Bradley Tuck In 2011, One+One launched a film Challenge, called “Revolutions in Progress” (For more information see Issue 6, for the write up and report see Issue […]
August 14, 2012

Ai Weiwei Never Sorry: Exposure and Concealment

Diamuid Hester The release of Alison Klayman‘s new documentary on the dissident Chinese artist Ai Weiwei offers an opportunity to reflect upon forms and topographies of political […]
August 12, 2012

Jodorowsky’s Dance of Reality

Clara Pais There is one exciting event in the film world which I am very much looking forward to. That is the new film by Alejandro […]
August 10, 2012

Something for the Weekend

James Marcus Tucker “You know what it’s like when you first sleep with someone you don’t know?  You become like this blank canvass, and it gives […]
August 10, 2012

Submissions open for the London Underground Film Festival!

By Daniel Fawcett Our friends at the London Underground Film Festival are getting ready for this year’s events. This December will mark the festival’s third year. […]
August 6, 2012

Kelly Reichardt’s Roadworks

Last week I had the chance to see American indie filmmaker Kelly Reichardt’s brilliant and surreptitiously dissident Wendy and Lucy (2008) again. The following is an updated version […]
August 3, 2012

10 films we love! A Response to Sight and Sound’s Top 50 films.

By Daniel Fawcett and Clara Pais There has been a lot of top 10 film lists popping up on the internet over the last couple of […]
August 1, 2012

Revolutions in Progress: Better the Devil take you to Heaven…

Interview by Bradley Tuck In 2011, One+One launched a film challenge calling for films around the topic of Revolution in Progress (see Issue six, a write up is […]
July 30, 2012

Jonas Mekas and the Anthology Film Archives

By Diarmuid Hester My temporary relocation to New York has allowed me to visit the fantastic and rightly renowned Anthology Film Archives in downtown Manhattan. Founded by […]
July 29, 2012

Jarman, Jung and the Collective Unconscious

By Clara Pais Prompted by this year’s celebration of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, One+One’s new issue starts with three responses to Derek Jarman’s own Jubilee, made […]
July 27, 2012

Events News!

Daniel Fawcett We have a lot of exciting events coming up over the next few months starting with Experijam on the 4th August. Experijam is a monthly event at […]
July 23, 2012

Issue 8 now online

James Marcus Tucker We are pleased to announce issue 8 of One+One Filmmakers Journal is available to view online.  As you may have noticed we have […]
July 23, 2012

Issue 8 | July 2012

I am watching TV5’s coverage of the British Diamond Jubilee – TV screen hatched with red, white and blue diagonals, verticals and horizontals – in the […]
December 3, 2011

Issue 7 | Dec 2011

The roots weave and knot as they entrench in the dirt and the grit. They spread their encampment through ever-reaching toil; an endless search for nothing […]
April 1, 2011

Issue 6 | April 2011 | “Revolutions In Progress” Special

  “To put it in a nutshell: we have to be bold enough to have an idea. A great idea. We have to convince ourselves that […]
November 29, 2010

Issue 5 | Nov 2010

By Daniel Fawcett One+One Filmmakers Journal is named after the 1968 film One Plus One by Jean Luc Godard. The film is in part a document […]
September 25, 2010

Issue 4 | Sept 2010

One+One seeks to overcome stagnation, it seeks to provoke discussion and critical reassessments and propel cinema into the future. It is not a magazine compiled of […]