MASTERS AT WORK
This Sunday we celebrate two godfathers of cinema first up is the Orson Welles screen adaptation of Kafka's THE TRAIL. This dark depiction of the future shot in stark black and white, Welles gives us a master class in building tension and alienation this dark brooding masterpiece is unforgettable. Next up is Jean Renoir's LA GRANDE ILLUSION one of the most powerful anti-war statements set to film ever made. Set in the German prison camps of WW1 Renoir took from his own experiences as an active aviator during the first world war to create an authentic feel married with his quietly subversive analysis of French society, this multi-award winning masterpiece will stay with you.