Category Archives: Film

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The Tanks: Art in Action at the Tate Modern

I’m not saying every museum has to have a space of this kind, but when art from across the globe is pushing up against the boundaries, Tate must respond. – Nicholas Serota, Curator Tate Modern The Tanks at the Tate

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The Tanks: Art in Action at the Tate Modern

I’m not saying every museum has to have a space of this kind, but when art from across the globe is pushing up against the boundaries, Tate must respond. – Nicholas Serota, Curator Tate Modern The Tanks at the Tate

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Bowiefest

The good name of David Bowie conjures many different images. Across his several-decade career he has assumed a multitude of different personas, hairstyles and styles; making music, setting trends and becoming an icon. Bowiefest celebrates just one string of many in Bowie’s

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Bowiefest

The good name of David Bowie conjures many different images. Across his several-decade career he has assumed a multitude of different personas, hairstyles and styles; making music, setting trends and becoming an icon. Bowiefest celebrates just one string of many in Bowie’s

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Wings of Desire: Looking In, Looking Out Festival

New contributor Raluca Petre returns Real|Reel Journal to Conway Hall and the Looking In Looking Out Festival to take a look at Wim Wender’s Wings of Desire and it’s position in the endlessly interesting world of film and philosophy. The Looking

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Wings of Desire: Looking In, Looking Out Festival

New contributor Raluca Petre returns Real|Reel Journal to Conway Hall and the Looking In Looking Out Festival to take a look at Wim Wender’s Wings of Desire and it’s position in the endlessly interesting world of film and philosophy. The Looking

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The ‘Mystery’ of Theda Bara

Bristol Silents’ James Harrison returns with another guest article, this time he turns his attention to the original Hollywood vamp, Theda Bara. James will be introducing Bristol Silents’ ‘Theda Bara Night’ screening on 14th August, 2012 at the King’s Arms

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The ‘Mystery’ of Theda Bara

Bristol Silents’ James Harrison returns with another guest article, this time he turns his attention to the original Hollywood vamp, Theda Bara. James will be introducing Bristol Silents’ ‘Theda Bara Night’ screening on 14th August, 2012 at the King’s Arms

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Phenomenology and the films of Andrea Arnold: Looking in Looking Out Festival

  Amongst the varied line-up at Looking In Looking Out festival, the event that excited me most was a talk by Sophie Mayer and Dr. Lucy Bolton on the phenomenological impact of Andrea Arnold’s films. As the programme put it,

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Phenomenology and the films of Andrea Arnold: Looking in Looking Out Festival

  Amongst the varied line-up at Looking In Looking Out festival, the event that excited me most was a talk by Sophie Mayer and Dr. Lucy Bolton on the phenomenological impact of Andrea Arnold’s films. As the programme put it,

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Get Yourself An Education – Beeban Kidron’s FILMCLUB

The Irony is palpable – technical access has never been greater, cultural access never weaker. And so in 2006 we set up FILMCLUB, an organisation to run weekly film screenings in schools followed by discussions - Beeban Kidron While browsing TED

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Get Yourself An Education – Beeban Kidron’s FILMCLUB

The Irony is palpable – technical access has never been greater, cultural access never weaker. And so in 2006 we set up FILMCLUB, an organisation to run weekly film screenings in schools followed by discussions - Beeban Kidron While browsing TED

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Alien, Prometheus, Giger, and Rape

One thing the release of Prometheus (2012) has made abundantly clear is that people really care about Alien (1979). In particular, the huge amount of press coverage garnered by Prometheus saw the film incessantly discussed as the Alien prequel. Evidently,

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Alien, Prometheus, Giger, and Rape

One thing the release of Prometheus (2012) has made abundantly clear is that people really care about Alien (1979). In particular, the huge amount of press coverage garnered by Prometheus saw the film incessantly discussed as the Alien prequel. Evidently,