Modern Films is a film production, distribution and event cinema company. We launched in 2017 with the release of Manifesto, starring Cate Blanchett in 13 different roles, in partnership with Tate Modern.
We work with rising and established talent from around the world and bring innovative stories to global audiences, we focus on gender equality, female empowerment and pressing social issues.
Produced by Modern Films Entertainment, hosted by Jacqueline.
Happy New Year!! Welcome to a brand new season of Modern Films podcast, where each episode features emerging and established filmmakers and sharing their insights and expertises.
To celebrate the UK and Ireland release of Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché, I’m here with Pamela Green, the director of Be Natural to talk about the story behind it.
Be Natural is in cinemas from 17 January, you can pre-order the DVD now, for more information please visit our website on moderfilms.com/benatural
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Welcome to second episode of Modern Films podcast, in this episode we're excited to have film legend Kim Longinotto to discuss her storied career and latest documentary Shooting the Mafia, an eye-opening profile of Sicilian organised crime photographer Letizia Battaglia, in cinemas across UK and Ireland 29 November.
"I have never seen a film that succeeded more completely in stripping the romantic and mythic aura from organised crime, and revealing the mafia" Film Comment
"The most arresting documentary work of the past few decades" Little White Lies
"A meld of portraiture and social history that is as tender, humane and generous as it is harrowing." Sight & Sound
" 'Shooting the Mafia' aptly conveys Battaglia's many layers, while exemplifying the power in not looking away" Roger Ebert
Diamantino filmmakers Gabriel Abrantes and Daniel Schmidt join us to a conversation with Tate Film curator Carly Whitefield. Set in present-day Portugal, Diamantino follows the delirious journey of a hilariously naïve football star from blissful prowess to career-busting disillusionment. The film was inspired by two sports essays by author David Foster Wallace. A quintessential artists’ feature, the film combines science-fiction, thriller, fairy tale and romantic comedy narrative tropes with wildly imaginative imagery as it satirises the cult of fame and nationalist politics. Diamantino won the Grand Prize at Cannes Film Festival's Critics' Week. Diamantino on release from 10 May