Posts Tagged: Film

The rewriting of Andrea Dunbar’s story: an essay for Another Gaze journal

I’m really excited to have an essay on Andrea Dunbar published in the beautiful feminist film journal, Another Gaze.  

The rewriting of Andrea Dunbar’s story: an essay for Another Gaze journal

I’m really excited to have an essay on Andrea Dunbar published in the beautiful feminist film journal, Another Gaze.  

Typhoon coming on: an interview with Sondra Perry for RA Magazine

I interviewed the artist Sondra Perry ahead of her solo show at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery in London. This piece was originally published in the Spring 2018 issue of RA Magazine and online. 

Typhoon coming on: an interview with Sondra Perry for RA Magazine

I interviewed the artist Sondra Perry ahead of her solo show at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery in London. This piece was originally published in the Spring 2018 issue of RA Magazine and online. 

Other Cinemas

In 2017 a book I commissioned while at I.B.Tauris was published – Other Cinemas: Politics, Culture and Experimental Film in the 1970s, edited by two of my feminist film heroes, Sue Clayton and Laura Mulvey. The book explores how younger

Other Cinemas

In 2017 a book I commissioned while at I.B.Tauris was published – Other Cinemas: Politics, Culture and Experimental Film in the 1970s, edited by two of my feminist film heroes, Sue Clayton and Laura Mulvey. The book explores how younger

Growing Pains: interview with Jenny Gage for Sight & Sound

All This Panic is a bittersweet documentary portrait of a group of girls growing up in Brooklyn. I interviewed the film’s director, Jenny Gage, for the April issue of Sight & Sound.

Growing Pains: interview with Jenny Gage for Sight & Sound

All This Panic is a bittersweet documentary portrait of a group of girls growing up in Brooklyn. I interviewed the film’s director, Jenny Gage, for the April issue of Sight & Sound.

My favourite books and films of 2016

List season is upon is. I took part in the Sight & Sound best films of 2016 poll and chose my favourite book of the year for Review 31.

My favourite books and films of 2016

List season is upon is. I took part in the Sight & Sound best films of 2016 poll and chose my favourite book of the year for Review 31.

Monsters, music and emojies: an interview with Rachel Maclean for RA Magazine

I interviewed the video artist Rachel Maclean ahead of her solo shows at HOME, Manchester, and Tate Britain in London. This article was originally published in the Winter 2016 issue of RA Magazine, and you can also read it online here.

Monsters, music and emojies: an interview with Rachel Maclean for RA Magazine

I interviewed the video artist Rachel Maclean ahead of her solo shows at HOME, Manchester, and Tate Britain in London. This article was originally published in the Winter 2016 issue of RA Magazine, and you can also read it online here.

New horizons: an interview with Elizabeth Price for RA Magazine

I interviewed the video artist Elizabeth Price about the exhibition she’s curated at The Whitworth in Manchester. This article was originally published in the Autumn 2016 issue of RA Magazine, and you can also read it online here. 

New horizons: an interview with Elizabeth Price for RA Magazine

I interviewed the video artist Elizabeth Price about the exhibition she’s curated at The Whitworth in Manchester. This article was originally published in the Autumn 2016 issue of RA Magazine, and you can also read it online here. 

Review of Poor Cow for Sight & Sound

This year Ken Loach released his 50th feature film and the ICO re-released his first, Poor Cow (1967). Adapted from the novel by the excellent, underrated Nell Dunn, Loach’s debut feels as fresh, urgent, sad and hopeful as ever.

Review of Poor Cow for Sight & Sound

This year Ken Loach released his 50th feature film and the ICO re-released his first, Poor Cow (1967). Adapted from the novel by the excellent, underrated Nell Dunn, Loach’s debut feels as fresh, urgent, sad and hopeful as ever.

Q&A with Miranda Pennell, director of The Host

Someone once told me about a strategy of war: bomb the archives first. Recording our past is crucial to preserving our sense of who we are – and this is true of individuals and communities alike.

Q&A with Miranda Pennell, director of The Host

Someone once told me about a strategy of war: bomb the archives first. Recording our past is crucial to preserving our sense of who we are – and this is true of individuals and communities alike.

Review of Love on the Dole for Sight & Sound

  Set in a northern industrial town in the Great Depression, the 1941 film Love on the Dole is about economic hardship, the withdrawal of benefits, and the struggle for better conditions for the working classes.

Review of Love on the Dole for Sight & Sound

  Set in a northern industrial town in the Great Depression, the 1941 film Love on the Dole is about economic hardship, the withdrawal of benefits, and the struggle for better conditions for the working classes.