Posts Tagged: TV

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. Advertisements

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.

‘This is a Play!’ – breaking the fourth wall: feature for the BFI

US TV series like Mad Men and The Wire have been acclaimed for their studied authenticity and naturalism, but is it time for television to rediscover its experimental edge and bring the ‘fourth wall’ crashing down again? This feature was originally

‘This is a Play!’ – breaking the fourth wall: feature for the BFI

US TV series like Mad Men and The Wire have been acclaimed for their studied authenticity and naturalism, but is it time for television to rediscover its experimental edge and bring the ‘fourth wall’ crashing down again? This feature was originally

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