I imagine everyone has already seen these, but just in case you haven't...
After its official beginnings in the nineteenth century, photography was often considered by the Victorians as the ''technology of the uncanny'', because of its unique ability to give form to the immaterial reflection of the material world and transform momentous impressions and ''instantanées'' into everlasting images
I've wanted to see this for ages, so really pleased to see it is now available on dvd.
Richard T. Kelly was born in Newcastle upon Tyne in 1970 and now lives in London. His debut novel Crusaders, hailed by the Financial Times as ‘a magnificent state-of-the-nation epic’, was published by Faber in 2008. Previously he had authored three acclaimed studies of film-makers for Faber: Alan Clarke (1998), The Name of This Book is Dogme 95 (2000), and the authorised biography Sean Penn: His Life and Times (2004, to be reissued in an fully updated edition early next year). His second novel, The Possessions of Doctor Forrest, is forthcoming from Faber and Faber on 2 June 2011. Th
Ransom Rigg's Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children is a YA novel but apparently will appeal to adults too, and it sounds worth a look - it certainly has the catchiest title I've heard for a while.