Mark Cousins

Most Popular Mark Cousins Trailers

Total trailers found: 19

Cinema Is Everywhere Trailer (2011)

22 October 2011

A documentary feature film that ties four narratives - from China, India, Scotland, and Tunisia - together with countless insights from venerable filmmakers and ordinary moviegoers.

The Story of Film: An Odyssey Trailer (2011)

03 September 2011

The Story of Film: An Odyssey, written and directed by award-winning film-maker Mark Cousins, is the story of international cinema told through the history of cinematic innovation.

The Film That Buys the Cinema Trailer (2014)

14 October 2014

A collection of films from an eclectic array of contributors commissioned to raise funds for the Bristol independent cinema The Cube.

Stockholm My Love Trailer (2016)

11 October 2016

Neneh Cherry's Alva is a character whose life mirrors some broad facts of her own.

A Story of Children and Film Trailer (2013)

17 May 2013

Documentarian Mark Cousins excerpts 53 films from 25 nations to investigate the various ways childhood has been depicted in film.

Antonia Bird: From EastEnders to Hollywood Trailer (2016)

12 May 2016

In this new documentary, Susan Kemp explores the life and work of the great British director Antonia Bird, who died in 2013.

Eisenstein on Lawrence Trailer (2016)

15 February 2016

In Kino Klassika’s first film commission, British filmmaker Mark Cousins imagines a conversation between D.

Bigger Than The Shining Trailer (2016)

03 February 2016

Mark Cousins (The Story of Film: An Odyssey) reflects on questions concerning copyright and the extent to which a film can conform to the associations of the person watching it.

Here Be Dragons Trailer (2013)

30 August 2013

Filmmaker Mark Cousins goes to Albania for five days, and films what he sees. He discovers that the movie prints in the country's film archive are decaying.

I Am Belfast Trailer (2016)

08 April 2016

Belfast, it’s a city that ís changing, changing because the people are leaving? But one came back, a 10,000 year old woman (Helena Bereen) who claims that she is the city itself.

Looking for Charlie: Or, the Day the Clown Died Trailer (2016)

01 January 2016

A documentary which explores the lives and tragic deaths of Marceline Orbes and Francis "Slivers" Oakley, the suicidal clowns who inspired Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton.

Atomic: Living in Dread and Promise Trailer (2015)

09 August 2015

Seventy years ago this month, the bombing of Hiroshima showed the appalling destructive power of the atomic bomb.

6 Desires Trailer (2014)

16 October 2014

Documentary filmmaker Mark Cousins follows in the footsteps of DH Lawrence in this dazzling road-trip through Sardinia.

Life May Be Trailer (2014)

21 June 2014

An epistolary feature film: a cinematic discourse between a British director Mark Cousins, and an Iranian actress and director Mania Akbari which extends the concept of "essay film" with startling confrontations in the arenas of cultural issues, gender politics and differing artistic sensibilities.

The First Movie Trailer (2009)

14 December 2009

An innovative 'magic realist' documentary set in Iraq. Filmmaker Mark Cousins, who was brought up in a Northern Irish war zone, travels to Goptapa, a Kurdish-Iraqi village of just 700 people on a tributary of the Tigris river, and tries to make a dream film about a place that is normally only portrayed in current affairs programmes.

What Is This Film Called Love? Trailer (2012)

26 June 2012

What is this film called Love? is a passionate, 77 minute poetic documentary about the nature of happiness.

I Know Where I'm Going! Revisited Trailer (1994)

22 February 1994

Nancy Franklin was so overwhelmed by the film 'I Know Where I'm Going!' (1945) that she traveled from New York to the Western Isles of Scotland to see the places where it was made and to find out more about the people who made it.

Cinema Iran Trailer (2005)

04 May 2005

Tracing the history and influence of Iranian cinema and its filmmakers.

Pulp Fact Trailer (1997)

23 September 1997

Short video essay by critic/filmmaker Mark Cousins about the influence of Pulp Fiction. He discusses the influence of the film and his personal view on it, wich isn't without criticism.