Paddy Considine reveals what it was like to make a film in five days with his old friend and ex-bandmate Shane Meadows. It was Meadows who first introduced Considine to cinema audiences in A Room For Romeo Brass, even though the then-photographer had no acting experience. Their third collaboration, Le Donk and Scor-zay-zee, was entirely improvised and stars Considine as a roadie for the Arctic Monkeys.
A teacher from Reading, Peter Strickland, explains why he used the money from an inheritance to make a revenge thriller in Transylvania in a language he could not speak.
Jonathan Romney profiles one of the best-reviewed films of the year, 35 Shots Of Rum by Claire Denis.