Personal Archaeology

Mark P. Williams April 18, 2012 0

The Politicisation of Remembering —Judge Dredd and Horror Stories

Pedro Does Vertigo

Philip Matthews March 12, 2012 0

Pedro Almodovar’s fresh take on the Hitchcock classic about sex, obsession and second chances

Nature’s Boy

Philip Matthews February 9, 2012 0

The films of Terrence Malick, from Badlands to Tree of Life

The Complicatist: Alan Lomax

Gordon Campbell February 9, 2012 0

A biography of the man responsible for much of the folk, blues and subsequent pop music traditions we know today

Touching the Void

Philip Matthews September 12, 2011 0

In Melancholia Lars von Trier hives off serenely into the cosmos

Imagining War

Mark P. Williams September 12, 2011 0

The ethical and stylistic issues in using real-life war zones as a basis for contemporary fiction

Why The Long Face ?

Philip Matthews August 4, 2011 0

Bela Tarr’s The Turin Horse, and the controversy about slow cinema

Taxi Driver at 35

Philip Matthews June 28, 2011 0

In the 1970s, New York (and Martin Scorsese) were a lot sleazier and scarier…

Love Amid The Ruins

Alice Galletly May 25, 2011 0

Auckland singer songwriter Hollie Fulbrook (aka Tiny Ruins) makes her debut

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