Looking back now, there are a number of reasons why the story was so dear to me, and why seeing a new rendition is just as important, if not more, to present-day-Carrie.
1,000 and Counting: D’Artagnan’s Daughter (1994)
It reads as this 'faux girl power' the 90s loved to do as a tokenistic way of performing feminism.
1,000 and Counting: Encanto (2021)
I finally cracked down and sat to watch it whilst visiting my sister in Bristol, and was in for a treat!
Bullet Train | 2022 | Review
The fight sequences are fun, with a hint of unpredictability.
1,000 and Counting: Judy (2019)
I never got my chance to see it on the big screen. It had been lingering on my watchlist, waiting for my eyes to lock on and be enthralled by the Hollywood glamour. Thankfully, I finally got see it.
Free Chol Soo Lee: A Chat with Eugene Yi and Julie Ha
I interviewed debut directors, Eugene and Julie, about their debut feature film.
Hatching: A Chat with Hanna Bergholm
During Sundance London Film Festival this year, I got to speak with Hanna Bergholm about her debut feature film.
Honk for Jesus, Save Your Soul: A Chat with Adamma and Addane Ebo
The Ebo Twins were able to speak with me about their new film, 'Honk for Jesus, Save Your Soul'. Based on their proof-of-concept short film, it's a faux documentary focussing on the wife of a self-obsessed priest, played by Regina Hall and Sterling K Brown respectively. After Sterling's character is besmirched by being involved in … Continue reading Honk for Jesus, Save Your Soul: A Chat with Adamma and Addane Ebo
We Met in Virtual Reality: A Chat with Joe Hunting
Joe Hunting was incredibly generous and let me squeeze in an interview with him during the Press Breakfast at Sundance London Film Festival. As you'll see, I found this documentary incredibly valuable.
Swan Song: A Chat with Todd Stephens and Eric Eisenbrey
Todd Stephens, and producer, Eric Eisenbrey, about their new film supported by Peccadillo Pictures: Swan Song.