Posts Tagged: Review

Style meets attitude: a review of Lorenza Mazzetti’s London Diaries for the TLS

I wrote about Lorenza Mazzetti’s memoir, London Diaries, for the TLS. Advertisements

Style meets attitude: a review of Lorenza Mazzetti’s London Diaries for the TLS

I wrote about Lorenza Mazzetti’s memoir, London Diaries, for the TLS.

Primal Screen: a review of a book on Ingmar Bergman’s Face to Face for the TLS

I reviewed a new book on Ingmar Bergman’s overlooked film for the TLS.

Primal Screen: a review of a book on Ingmar Bergman’s Face to Face for the TLS

I reviewed a new book on Ingmar Bergman’s overlooked film for the TLS.

Political Capital from Embittered Youth: a review of Tish Murtha at the Photographer’s Gallery for frieze

What do pictures of 1970s Tyneside tells us about Britain now? A survey of Tish Murtha’s work at The Photographers’ Gallery, London, shows the compassion and conviction of the late documentary photographer.

Political Capital from Embittered Youth: a review of Tish Murtha at the Photographer’s Gallery for frieze

What do pictures of 1970s Tyneside tells us about Britain now? A survey of Tish Murtha’s work at The Photographers’ Gallery, London, shows the compassion and conviction of the late documentary photographer.

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.