Wednesday, May 18, 2022
Tags Film & TV

Tag: Film & TV

Woody Allen’s Café Society: a satirical love letter to film

Ellie Siora reviews Allen's latest, and maybe last, film and its success as a social comment

Gene Wilder’s Willy Wonka: A tribute

Louis McEvoy pays tribute to the late Gene Wilder's performance in 1971's Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

Film and TV: A summer preview

Ellie Siora looks to offset the post-term blues through film and TV

Hollywood: Beyond the Pale?

David Lawton feels it’s time to reject Hollywood’s regime of systematic oppression once and for all

Cinema’s Resurrection?

Ellie Siora on how innovative screenings must challenge ‘passive’ binge-watch culture, after attending an all-night Wes Anderson marathon

Review: Mustang – confronts the sexualisation of innocence

Alice Townson finds Mustang daringly political and playfully provocative

Review: Love and Friendship – both modernised and faithful

Stillman’s adaptation successfully captures Austin and puts others to shame, writes Zach Leather

I, Daniel Blake: a working class triumph

Jem Bartholomew hopes Ken Loach’s Palme d’Or win can revolutionise our national welfare debate
Everybody Wants Some

Review: Everybody Wants Some!! – antiquated male stereotypes

Zach Leather considers Linklater’s latest nostalgia-soaked '80s escapade, finding it dominated by one-dimensional men in fear of emasculations

Review: OBA Film Festival showcase

James Riding casts an eye over the most ambitious films in Oxford student filmmaking at the OBA’s annual screening