This afternoon, casually sitting in a coffee shop in San Francisco's Financial District scrolling through my inbox, my heart dropped into the pit of my stomach. My scans from my first roll of 35mm film were ready. I quietly (loudly) gasped and my heart was pounding so fast that I almost considered never viewing them.
Francis Ford Coppola’s wildly ambitious take on Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness premiered at the Cannes film festival 40 years ago – and won the Palme d’Or. Next month, recently discovered on-set photographs by Chas Gerretsen will be shown for the first time at KINO Rotterdam