'To Die For...'
Each month I'll be asking a special guest one simple question - which film could you not live without? In a couple of hundred words they'll have the chance to give us an insight into just why their chosen film is so special to them. Will it be a film from their childhood? A modern classic? An arthouse oddity? A knockabout comedy? Whatever the choices may be they will all offer a glimpse into the relationship between film and viewer, personal tastes and cherished cinematic memories and act as a pure celebration of the wonderful, endlessly fascinating world of film.
The first guest writer will be Mark Cousins, the man responsible for the series that is currently the TV highlight of any film lover's week - The Story of Film. Look out for his upcoming piece on Shohei Imamura's The Insect Woman. A real treat to get the feature up and running.