“they are so vastly different. But besides the temperature checks and mandatory mask-wearing in screens, what truly sets the pandemic era film festival apart from its predecessors is just how accessible it has become.”
Arnold’s 2011 adaptation of the classic novel ” opens up new considerations and perspectives on class, race, slavery, history, and gender, proving that, whatever their souls are made of, Arnold’s film and Brontë’s novel share the same spirit.”
From Poltergeist (Tobe Hooper, 1982) to The Haunting of Bly Manor (Mike Flanagan, 2020), haunted…
The tension between borders– and specifically that of Mexico and America– is not something that…
“The idea of a challenging journey is seen in both mediums as well. While the length of Odysseus’s journey outweighs Strayed’s ninety-four day hike by a decade, there is still the similarity of it being a seminal event, and that the passage of time causes an upheaval of their lives.” Heather Croghan charts centuries of myth, journey and triumph across film, literature and art.
I desperately needed a sign, something to lift me out of this purgatory. I knew that something would be Gaspar Noé’s 2002 revenge thriller Irreversible. And it worked like a charm.
“But what sets Tenet apart from Nolan’s previous films is how fun it is. It plays with the form of film and plays with it well, all while knowing that that’s all it is doing– playing.”
In an age where online publications are popping up every other day and film debate and criticism are increasingly moving to public spheres like twitter as opposed to lecture halls or classrooms, setting up The Cinema Graph was not something that I took lightly.