James Maitre

Vocals for @atticpod. Words & Questions for @WeAreDN. james@directorsnotes.com

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It’s a War of Parenting Opinions in Marley Morrison’s Comedy Short ‘Baby Gravy’
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It’s a War of Parenting Opinions in Marley Morrison’s Comedy Short ‘Baby Gravy’
August, 9 2018
A Sexual Education Lesson Becomes Eruptive For All The Wrong Reasons in Alice Seabright’s ‘Sex Ed’
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A Sexual Education Lesson Becomes Eruptive For All The Wrong Reasons in Alice Seabright’s ‘Sex Ed’
June, 15 2018
A Mother Protects Her Daughter at All Costs in Fateme Ahmadi’s ‘Bitter Sea’
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A Mother Protects Her Daughter at All Costs in Fateme Ahmadi’s ‘Bitter Sea’
June, 14 2018
Anna Mantzaris Explores the Catharsis of Explosive Impulses in Animated Comedy ‘Enough’
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Anna Mantzaris Explores the Catharsis of Explosive Impulses in Animated Comedy ‘Enough’
June, 13 2018
A Male Government Conspires to Change the Fate of Women in Alicia Macdonald’s Satire ‘Domestic Policy’
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A Male Government Conspires to Change the Fate of Women in Alicia Macdonald’s Satire ‘Domestic Policy’
June, 12 2018
Ironic Juxtapositions of Everyday Life Are the Centrepiece of Amy Nicholson’s New York Comedy Short ‘Irony’
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Ironic Juxtapositions of Everyday Life Are the Centrepiece of Amy Nicholson’s New York Comedy Short ‘Irony’
April, 13 2018
Jack Benjamin Gill Explores the Dark Discomfort of Family Secrets in Thriller ‘Lambing Season’
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Jack Benjamin Gill Explores the Dark Discomfort of Family Secrets in Thriller ‘Lambing Season’
April, 5 2018
“We Have the World’s Best Films” – MUBI’s Efe Cakarel on Bringing Cinema’s Greats to Film Schools for Free
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“We Have the World’s Best Films” – MUBI’s Efe Cakarel on Bringing Cinema’s Greats to Film Schools for Free
April, 5 2018
Ben Ockrent Weaves a Fairytale for an Adult Audience in ‘Edmund the Magnificent’
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Ben Ockrent Weaves a Fairytale for an Adult Audience in ‘Edmund the Magnificent’
March, 30 2018
Tristan Anderson Heads to Kickstarter to Finish His Michael Jackson Tribute Artists Doc ‘Moonwalkers’
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Tristan Anderson Heads to Kickstarter to Finish His Michael Jackson Tribute Artists Doc ‘Moonwalkers’
March, 29 2018
A Forgotten Love Spans Generations in Marta Gonzalez’s Spanish Romance Short ‘Mai’
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A Forgotten Love Spans Generations in Marta Gonzalez’s Spanish Romance Short ‘Mai’
March, 29 2018
Ellie Rogers Explores the Importance of Unexpected Female Friendships in ‘Outlines’
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Ellie Rogers Explores the Importance of Unexpected Female Friendships in ‘Outlines’
March, 24 2018
An Oppressive Regime Reaches Boiling Point in Dean Puckett’s Folklore Short ‘The Sermon’
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An Oppressive Regime Reaches Boiling Point in Dean Puckett’s Folklore Short ‘The Sermon’
March, 23 2018
BFI Flare London LGBTQ+ Film Festival 2018: Stand Up
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BFI Flare London LGBTQ+ Film Festival 2018: Stand Up
March, 20 2018
A Smear Test Takes a Turn for the Worse in Kate Herron’s Horror Comedy ‘Smear’
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A Smear Test Takes a Turn for the Worse in Kate Herron’s Horror Comedy ‘Smear’
March, 8 2018
Canadian Olympians Become Works of Art in Ian Pons Jewell’s Painterly ‘Be Olympic’ Commercial
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Canadian Olympians Become Works of Art in Ian Pons Jewell’s Painterly ‘Be Olympic’ Commercial
February, 20 2018
Eliza Hittman Explores the Tension Between the Hyper-Masculine & the Homoerotic in Sophomore Feature ‘Beach Rats’
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Eliza Hittman Explores the Tension Between the Hyper-Masculine & the Homoerotic in Sophomore Feature ‘Beach Rats’
February, 6 2018
Calling All Female Filmmakers: A Look Inside the London Film Academy’s Pioneers Award Bursary
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Calling All Female Filmmakers: A Look Inside the London Film Academy’s Pioneers Award Bursary
January, 30 2018
James Maitre Top Ten Feature Films of 2017
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James Maitre Top Ten Feature Films of 2017
December, 28 2017
Eyal Resh Talks Choreographing Young Actors & Exploring Adolescence in Sexual Awakening Short ‘Boys’
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Eyal Resh Talks Choreographing Young Actors & Exploring Adolescence in Sexual Awakening Short ‘Boys’
December, 20 2017
Christine Hooper Tries Hard to Quit an Unhealthy Relationship in Battle of Willpower Short ‘The Last Time’
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Christine Hooper Tries Hard to Quit an Unhealthy Relationship in Battle of Willpower Short ‘The Last Time’
November, 23 2017
Experience Groundhog Day Inside a Food Commercial in Robin Comisar’s Anarchic Short ‘Great Choice’
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Experience Groundhog Day Inside a Food Commercial in Robin Comisar’s Anarchic Short ‘Great Choice’
November, 8 2017
Intersecting Class Politics in 30 Minutes and One-Take in Marta Prus’ ‘Hot and Cold’
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Intersecting Class Politics in 30 Minutes and One-Take in Marta Prus’ ‘Hot and Cold’
October, 27 2017
An Excited First-Timer’s Take on the 61st BFI London Film Festival
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An Excited First-Timer’s Take on the 61st BFI London Film Festival
October, 16 2017
Sune Lykke Albinus Intuits the Unreality of Love & Festivals in ‘Don’t Tell Me About Your Dreams’
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Sune Lykke Albinus Intuits the Unreality of Love & Festivals in ‘Don’t Tell Me About Your Dreams’
October, 3 2017
BFI London Film Festival 2017: Looking Ahead
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BFI London Film Festival 2017: Looking Ahead
October, 2 2017
Alex Barrett Crafts a Poetic Ode to the Symphony Films of the Past for the London of the Present
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Alex Barrett Crafts a Poetic Ode to the Symphony Films of the Past for the London of the Present
September, 11 2017
Girls on Film 2: Before Dawn – Peccadillo Pictures’ Eclectic Collection of Award-Winning Lesbian & Feminist Shorts
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Girls on Film 2: Before Dawn – Peccadillo Pictures’ Eclectic Collection of Award-Winning Lesbian & Feminist Shorts
August, 11 2017
Some of Life’s Largest Themes Are up for a Ponder in Jeppe Kolstrup’s ‘Tropical Island’
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Some of Life’s Largest Themes Are up for a Ponder in Jeppe Kolstrup’s ‘Tropical Island’
August, 8 2017
Charlie Lyne Explains How a Friend’s Fishy Anecdote Became the Hook for Investigative Doc ‘Fish Story’
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Charlie Lyne Explains How a Friend’s Fishy Anecdote Became the Hook for Investigative Doc ‘Fish Story’
July, 11 2017
Masculinity and Femininity Are Tested At Sea in Lucy Campbell’s Poetic ‘Marina and Adrienne’
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Masculinity and Femininity Are Tested At Sea in Lucy Campbell’s Poetic ‘Marina and Adrienne’
June, 20 2017
Deception, Mystery and Noir Are All on the Menu in Jack Perry’s ‘A Girl Goes For Dinner’
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Deception, Mystery and Noir Are All on the Menu in Jack Perry’s ‘A Girl Goes For Dinner’
June, 16 2017
Hunger Takes It Toll For Zombie Lee in Sinead Stoddart’s ZomCom ‘Munchies’
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Hunger Takes It Toll For Zombie Lee in Sinead Stoddart’s ZomCom ‘Munchies’
June, 16 2017
“Less Is More” – Short Sighted Cinema’s Mission to Bring Short Film to the Mainstream
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“Less Is More” – Short Sighted Cinema’s Mission to Bring Short Film to the Mainstream
June, 7 2017
Eyes Wide Open Cinema: Brighton’s Answer to Queer Film Curation and Celebration
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Eyes Wide Open Cinema: Brighton’s Answer to Queer Film Curation and Celebration
May, 22 2017
Justin Doherty and Neil Fox Merge Challenging Cinema and Professional Film Practice in ‘Wilderness’
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Justin Doherty and Neil Fox Merge Challenging Cinema and Professional Film Practice in ‘Wilderness’
May, 11 2017
Teenage Temptations, Desires & Fantasies Are All Explored in Anthony Doncque’s ‘1992’
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Teenage Temptations, Desires & Fantasies Are All Explored in Anthony Doncque’s ‘1992’
April, 7 2017
Matt Wolf’s ‘Bayard & Me’ Tells How Intergenerational Gay Adoption Became a Tool of Civil Rights Activism
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Matt Wolf’s ‘Bayard & Me’ Tells How Intergenerational Gay Adoption Became a Tool of Civil Rights Activism
April, 6 2017
“I Always Wanted to Make a Piece About Sex Dates” – Get Under the Sheets of Arthur Cahn’s ‘Herculanum’
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“I Always Wanted to Make a Piece About Sex Dates” – Get Under the Sheets of Arthur Cahn’s ‘Herculanum’
March, 30 2017
BFI Flare 2017: And In The End…
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BFI Flare 2017: And In The End…
March, 27 2017
A Teenage Romance Turns Into a Surrealist Dreamscape in Damien Manivel’s ‘Le Parc’
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A Teenage Romance Turns Into a Surrealist Dreamscape in Damien Manivel’s ‘Le Parc’
March, 17 2017
BFI Flare 2017: Bigger and Better
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BFI Flare 2017: Bigger and Better
March, 14 2017
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