'Babeldom' Named Guardian's Top 10 Future Cities In Film

The Guardian have named Babeldom; made by Film Club director Paul Bush, as a 'top 10 future city in film'. Paul Bush was mentioned alongside film greats like, Steven Spielberg (Minority Report), Woody Allen (Sleeper) and Ridley Scott (Blade Runner). 

Babeldom was also named as one of Sight & Sound's Top 5 Films from 2013 and received a great review in The Guardian after its' theatrical release last year. 

To read the full Guardian article, click here

Kiss The Water: Press Roundup

Since its' premiere screening last Friday, Kiss The Water has packed out ICA theatres. To meet audience demand, the documentary has since been upgraded to a larger theatre for the upcoming weekend and will run over an extended period.

Over the past few weeks Kiss The Water has received a number of glowing reviews, with our own Em Cooper's oil painting animation described as 'exquisite'.

We've rounded up the best Kiss The Water reviews below:

"Gorgeous animation sequences, in Munch-like swirls of colour..." - The Financial Times

"Boasting exquisite animation..." - Empire Online

"...painted animations of water and women, flies and fish, go dancing across the screen..." - The Telegraph

"Definitely not your standard doc, this is something special ... a captivating journey through a landscape of mystery and imagination." - Timeout Magazine

"With its lyrical blend of atmospheric Highland footage and expressionist animation, this is much more than a documentary…" - The Observer

"“… featuring animated sequences that exude the vidid colours and energy of a Howard Hodgkin painting…”  - Sight & Sound Magazine.

UK Premiere Screening For Kiss The Water

Film Club director Em Cooper's documentary Kiss the Water will have its' UK premiere screening at the ICA London this Friday. Em Cooper directed the beautiful, oil painted animation for the documentary feature.

Kiss the Water has already been featured in a number of publications including Tuesday's Timeout Magazine, where the film was described as "something special". To read the full review of Kiss the Water in Timeout, click here.

Kiss The Water will also be reviewed on tonight's Front Row at 7.15pm on Radio 6.