What I’ve been watching: May films

There were some really powerful films this month, plus the British Silent Film Festival in lovely (chilly) Aldeburgh:

Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012, directed by Benh Zeitlin)

British Silent Film Festival, Aldeburgh, Suffolk:

  •              Napoleon and the English Sailor (1909, directed by Alf Collins)
  •              Terje Vigen (1917, directed by Victor Sjöström)
  •              The Boatswain’s Mate (1924, directed by H Manning Haynes)
  •             The Skipper’s Wooing (1922, directed by H Manning Haynes)

The Bad and the Beautiful (1952, directed by Vincente Minnelli)

A Highjacking (2012, directed by Tobias Lindholm)

Mud (2012, directed by Jeff Nichols)

The Imposter  (2012, directed by Bart Layton)

People on Sunday (1930, directed by Robert Siodmak and Edgar G Ulmer).

MY FILM OF THE MONTH:

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