Samuel Goldwyn Films In a joint article by David Fear, Joshua Rothkopf and Keith Uhlich for Time Out in 2013, they make a strong remark: “parents admit that some children, adorable as they are, must simply be born bad. Not their children, of course. But those barbaric youngsters, rebellious, foul mouthed, sometimes just pure evil, […]
At several points in our lives, we have all surely rested our heads on a ground full of grass and stared at the sky and the moon, to not only wonder at the infinity of the universe under whose cover we mortals live but also to ponder upon our own place within its never-ending expanse. […]
My article on JOHN WAS TRYING TO CONTACT ALIENS, a sensitive documentary short, has been published by SCREEN QUEENS and I’m happy that this work will hopefully reach more readers and viewers. I thank the team at SCREEN QUEENS as always.
Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; The centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony of innocence is drowned; The best lack all conviction, while the worst Are full of passionate intensity. Surely some […]
Thank you to the team at SCREEN QUEENS for publishing my essay on the social urgency and contemporary pulse of the HUNGER GAMES franchise. I am grateful to the editors for sharing my words with the world.
In Michel Hazanavicius’ ambitiously realised feature The Artist, silence indeed is golden. In fact, I bet that those who are uninitiated to movie lore in general will mistake it to be a re-released black-and-white silent classic. The screenplay honours the time-tested innocence and innate simplicity of the monochrome era and faithfully transported it to modern […]
My feature article on celebrated Oscar winner THE ARTIST has been published by SCREEN QUEENS, my fourth for the publication since May, 2020 and it makes me happy to have it included since it talks about silent cinema and its enduring power of imagery in a world of audio bombast.