CHRIS WATT is a screenwriter, novelist and film critic. A graduate of the University of Northumbria in Newcastle, Watt has contributed reviews and articles to FLICKFEAST, SHOW THE SHARK, DEATH BY MOVIES and THE BEARD EMPORIUM and was formerly the Senior Film Critic for WATCH THIS SPACE FILM MAGAZINE. His screenplay, MANIFEST, was produced and released by Charlatan Films in 2015. He was shortlisted in 2014, for the Shore Scripts Short Screenplay Competition, for his screenplay EVEN GOD GETS MAD IN THE TEMPLE. His first novel, PEER PRESSURE, was published in 2012. You can follow his word based ramblings at his site: https://thechriswatt.wordpress.com/ and on twitter @thechriswatt Watt lives and works in the North-East of Scotland.
There are seven remarkable films at the heart of Femme Frontera, a short film showcase that runs at the Echo Park Film Center in Los
Chris Watt spoke with Angie Reza Tures, the director of the Femme Frontera Filmmaker Showcase, a celebration of women filmmakers from the U.S.-Mexico border,
Thirty years on, Alan Clarke's fitfully funny film, Rita, Sue and Bob Too, still holds up as a first-rate character study and resonant critique
The Fifth Element 20 years later: it's still the packed with resplendent imagery, inventive art direction, and some well edited set pieces.