Jordan Peele’s directorial debut Get Out is a stellar film, completely warranting its academy award for Best Screenplay. Get Out is funny, horrifying, incredibly poignant with its racial commentary and above all, very cleverly written. There’s a lot to talk about with this film but for now, we’ll focus on its use of foreshadowing. Put […]
Call Me By Your Name enjoyed massive global critical success, over the last year, having received 87 awards. In the end, James Ivory even walked away with the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. I’m not sure if anyone saw the success of the film coming. It’s a queer love story, based on a well-received but […]
As far as writing goes, Chips Hardy has done it all. Advertising, novels, comedy, stage, film, and TV. There isn’t really a medium left that Chips has yet to use to present his complex characters and darkly comedic themes. As such, it felt only necessary that we tap him for as much information as we […]
Australian feature “Zelos” will screen at Sydney Lift-Off Film Festival on Wednesday 22nd November at 5:45 at Dendy Newtown. We interviewed writer-producer Claire Harris to hear a little more about this film’s journey, and her path as a filmmaker. Interview by Sneh Rupra Tell us a little bit about how you started your career in film. Believe it or not, Zelos […]
Arshad Khan is a Pakistani-Canadian filmmaker, whose recent autobiographical documentary ABU (Father) screened at the London Film Festival. He is also known for his short films Doggoned and Threadbare. His work examines the Pakistani immigrant experience in Canada, and around the world. Interview by Sneh Rupra When did you decide that you wanted to pursue […]
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