FILMSOC BLOG

“I Had A World”: On Agnès Varda

Maria Düster remembers French New Wave icon Agnès Varda in a heartfelt elegy.  Arlette Varda was born to Greek and…
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‘After Life’ Review

Sam Hamilton reviews Ricky Gervais' heartfelt six-part character study.  How far can you push a punchline? What are the boundaries…
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‘Us’ Review

Kirese Narinesingh reviews Jordan Peele's anticipated follow-up to Get Out.  If Get Out was a dip in the water for…
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‘The Golden Glove’ Review

Diego Aparicio reviews Faith Akin's controversial and violent thriller.  Following The Golden Glove world premiere in Berlin, I’ve seen a…
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‘Captain Marvel’ Review

Editor KC Wingert examines the female superhero in Marvel's latest addition to their cinematic mythos. I have to admit that…
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2018 in Television: A Round-Up

The FilmSoc team looks back at some of 2018's prominent TV shows, some latest seasons and some new underrated releases.…
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FilmSoc Predicts the Oscars 2019: Who Will Win and Who Should Win?

The FilmSoc Blog team got together to predict some of the wins for this year's Oscars, while championing our own…
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Punctuating The Sound of Silence: A Look at Daniel Hart’s A Ghost Story Soundtrack

Alex Dewing reminisces on the melancholic score and soundtrack of David Lowery's A Ghost Story.  “Don’t be scared”, whispers C in…
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In Defence of Stereo-Cinema: 3D, Past and Present

Does 3D only exist as a gimmick? Milo Garner dives into the history of 3D cinema, from Hitchcock's Dial M…
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‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Review

Sam Hamilton reviews the colourful Freddie Mercury biopic and Queen tribute. Bryan Singer returns from the X-Men franchise to direct…
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