Editor Xin Yi Wang reviews Alexander Payne’s recent venture into sci-fi comedy. The concept of Downsizing is intriguing. An original premise about shrinking communities in order to reduce environmental waste […]
Pihla Pekkarinen reviews James Marsh’s take on a fascinating true story. Director James Marsh (The Theory of Everything) is well-versed in the biopic. Subject Donald Crowhurst led an extraordinarily interesting […]
Chloe Woods watches Pixar’s colourful new feature. Full confession: it took genuine effort not to break into embarrassing sobs in the middle of the (fairly busy) cinema. That might be […]
(Illustration: Bendik Kaltenborn for The New Yorker) On the latest episode of our podcast, Milo and Lorcan discuss the past week’s film news highlights and talk us through their takes […]
Liam Donovan examines Scott Cooper’s gritty Western. In Scott Cooper’s latest film, the gruelling western Hostiles, two former foes are asked to put their differences aside and embark on a long voyage […]
In the first edition of our brand new FilmSoc Vlog, we re-create the iconic clementine cake from The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.
Maeve Allen interprets the gender politics of Taylor Sheridan’s latest release. While Wind River’s stunning setting in Wyoming snow provides the dramatic landscape for a brilliant and tense murder mystery, […]
Milo Garner takes a look at the celebrated Japanese director’s feminist legacy. Kenji Mizoguchi, born in 1898, was a giant of Japanese cinema. Active from the 1920s, he made his […]