Film critics workshop 2019: meet the participants

Khaled Alesmael is a multi-award winning journalist, author and short filmmaker. He worked in Syria and the Middle-East for more than fifteen years and was the correspondent for Radio France International from Damascus. In exile, his works appeared on Swedish Television and Radio, newspapers and magazines. He has also worked for the daily German newspaper … More Film critics workshop 2019: meet the participants

Black, female and free: mastering your narrative in Just Another Girl on the I.R.T.

By offering the story of a young woman who, against all odds, remains the master of her own narrative in a world all too ready to render her another statistic, Leslie Harris offers the audience something to believe in, Rebecca Liu writes. … More Black, female and free: mastering your narrative in Just Another Girl on the I.R.T.

Time to move beyond the introduction? Context and intent in Tracey Moffatt’s beDevil

Introductions are wonderfully exciting things, foreshadowing and engaging with various elements of a film you are about to see, but, more often than not, encourage a view of the film through a specific critical lens: is it time to move beyond the introduction? Tara Jennett asks. … More Time to move beyond the introduction? Context and intent in Tracey Moffatt’s beDevil