Posts Tagged: The Quietus

Charlotte Rampling & Barnaby Southcombe: interview for The Quietus

I chatted to director Barnaby Southcombe and his leading lady/mum/legend Charlotte Rampling about their London noir. This interview was originally published by The Quietus on 5 December 2012. Advertisements

Charlotte Rampling & Barnaby Southcombe: interview for The Quietus

I chatted to director Barnaby Southcombe and his leading lady/mum/legend Charlotte Rampling about their London noir. This interview was originally published by The Quietus on 5 December 2012.

Ginger and Rosa: review for The Quietus

I watched Sally Potter’s portrait of youthful idealism, which screened in the Official Competition at the 56th London Film Festival, before going on nationwide theatrical release. This review was originally published by The Quietus on October 15 2012.    

Ginger and Rosa: review for The Quietus

I watched Sally Potter’s portrait of youthful idealism, which screened in the Official Competition at the 56th London Film Festival, before going on nationwide theatrical release. This review was originally published by The Quietus on October 15 2012.    

Keyhole: review for The Quietus

I ponder this latest slice of surrealism from Winnipeg-based auteur Guy Maddin. This review was originally published by The Quietus on September 10 2012.

Keyhole: review for The Quietus

I ponder this latest slice of surrealism from Winnipeg-based auteur Guy Maddin. This review was originally published by The Quietus on September 10 2012.

Swandown reviewed for The Quietus

I ponder Andrew Kötting’s eccentric feature collaboration with Iain Sinclair, in which the pair ride a white swan pedalo from Hastings to Hackney. This review was originally published by The Quietus on July 18 2012.

Swandown reviewed for The Quietus

I ponder Andrew Kötting’s eccentric feature collaboration with Iain Sinclair, in which the pair ride a white swan pedalo from Hastings to Hackney. This review was originally published by The Quietus on July 18 2012.

Roll Out The Barrel reviewed for The Quietus

Sprawling across two discs, propped up under the armpits by exhaustive, illustrated notes, Roll Out The Barrel: The British Pub On Film takes the viewer on a filmic pub crawl of epic proportions, encompassing the length and breadth of Britain – from

Roll Out The Barrel reviewed for The Quietus

Sprawling across two discs, propped up under the armpits by exhaustive, illustrated notes, Roll Out The Barrel: The British Pub On Film takes the viewer on a filmic pub crawl of epic proportions, encompassing the length and breadth of Britain – from

Jon Shenk, director of The Island President, reviewed for The Quietus

Styled like a drama and soundtracked by Radiohead, US filmmaker Jon Shenk’s new doc highlights the parlous state of Indian Ocean ‘paradise’ the Maldives. This interview was originally published by The Quietus on March 28 2012.

Jon Shenk, director of The Island President, reviewed for The Quietus

Styled like a drama and soundtracked by Radiohead, US filmmaker Jon Shenk’s new doc highlights the parlous state of Indian Ocean ‘paradise’ the Maldives. This interview was originally published by The Quietus on March 28 2012.