FILMSOC BLOG

A Note From The Outgoing President

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‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Review

Milo Garner critiques the franchise spin-off. Solo: A Star Wars Story is the exact film so many feared would come out…
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‘First Reformed’ Review

Milo Garner reviews Schrader's drama thriller. Paul Schrader has always been a director influenced by the high arts of cinema,…
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An Introduction to Bollywood: 15 Essential Films to Watch

Ivan Nagar curates a personal must-watch list. (from L to R) Raj Kapoor, Aamir Khan, Guru…
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‘Atlanta: Robbin’ Season’ Review

Raphael Duhamel reviews the second season of Donald Glover's series. The first sequence of Atlanta’s second season sets the tone…
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‘Filmworker’ Review

Nick Mastrini reviews the documentary revealing the fascinating career of Kubrick's right-hand-man. Tony Zierra’s Filmworker is a documentary that celebrates…
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‘Lean on Pete’ Review

Liam Donovan takes a look at Andrew Haigh's coming of age drama. Lean on Pete, the latest from Weekend and…
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‘A Quiet Place’ Review

Raphael Duhamel reviews John Krasinski's well-received supernatural horror. “IT’S SOUND!” screams a newspaper headline, shown in the first act of…
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FilmSoc Nominated For 3 Students’ Union UCL 2018 Arts Awards

Students' Union UCL has announced this year's nominees for their annual Arts Awards, as well as this year's Arts Commendations…
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‘The Thin Red Line’ Retrospective Review

Milo Garner revisits Terrence Malick's 20-year-old war epic. The opening shot of The Thin Red Line (1998) features a crocodile dipping…
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