Have you ever wondered how cinema has the power to transport us to different places, times and realities? Join filmmaker and writer Mark Cousins on a 40-day journey to discover how we think about cinema and filmmaking. Created at the height of the pandemic, when we couldn't explore or travel freely, this video series is an interesting look at all the aspects of making movies including style, ideas, emotions, the language of cinema and how films cross artistic and cultural boundaries.

Mark Cousins is an Irish-Scottish director and writer. His films – including THE FIRST MOVIE, THE STORY OF FILM: AN ODYSSEY, WHAT IS THIS FILM CALLED LOVE?, LIFE MAY BE, A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM, ATOMIC, STOCKHOLM MY LOVE and THE EYES OF ORSON WELLES – have premiered in Cannes, Berlin, Sundance, and Venice film festivals and have won the Prix Italia, a Peabody, the Stanley Kubrick Award and other prizes. He has filmed in Iraq, Sarajevo during the siege, Iran, across Asia and in America in Europe. He has honorary doctorates from the Universities of Edinburgh and Stirling. more...

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