REVIEW- The Voices: On talking animals, serial killers, and the angelic woman
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REVIEW- The Voices: On talking animals, serial killers, and the angelic woman

The story of The Voices, about a schizophrenic man who kills women and keeps their heads in a refrigerator, could very easily tread into offensive and sexist territory. Since The Voices is a black comedy, it is essentially asking the viewer to have a sense of humor about the violence abuse and murder of women. … Continue reading

REVIEW- The Diary of a Teenage Girl: On fleeting thoughts, self doubt and favourite colours
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REVIEW- The Diary of a Teenage Girl: On fleeting thoughts, self doubt and favourite colours

It feels as though most “young adult” films are actually targeted towards tweens (don’t get me wrong, Wild Child and Angus, Thongs, and Perfect Snogging are masterpieces) but the thing is, the majority of actual 14-17 year olds swear like sailors and are involved in sex just as much as any 18+, because that’s when … Continue reading

INTERVIEW- Elisabeth Subrin: On female identity and funding a vision
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INTERVIEW- Elisabeth Subrin: On female identity and funding a vision

It’s been a long road for filmmaker Elisabeth Subrin. After decades as an video and installation artist and experimental filmmaker creating works on the subjects of memory, history, and subjectivity, she completed her first feature film, A Woman, A Part, which had its premiere in January at the Rotterdam International Film Festival. How did the … Continue reading

TALK TO THE INTERNET: Tara Costello (Cattitude & Co. + Zusterchap)
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TALK TO THE INTERNET: Tara Costello (Cattitude & Co. + Zusterchap)

Artwork by Chloe Leeson In ‘Talk To The Internet’, we take the same 10 questions and one internet sensation to find out their loves, their hates and their dream casts in the world of film. Tara Costello is a previous film student and current blogging wizard, running the fantastic feminist blog Cattitude & Co. where … Continue reading