Bhenji Ra on Maintaining the Integrity of the Vogue Ball
Sissy Ball curator and House of Slé mother Bhenji Ra opens up about the integrity of the vogue ball.
Big Screen: Lady Bird
A semi-autobiographical love letter to her hometown, Lady Bird sees Greta Gerwig reveal herself as an exciting new cinematic voice.
Big Screen: Detroit
It starts like a fever dream, then narrows in on a single motel during the city’s 1976 race riots. Challenging, and at times confusing, ‘Detroit’ places you right in the thick of it.
Big Screen: Land of Mine
This Oscar-nominated Danish number delivers more depth than your standard war film.
Big Screen: The Salesman
You might have heard about this Oscar-winning Iranian film, but maybe not for the right reasons. Read James Ross’s review here.
Big Screen: Kubo and the Two Strings
Kubo and the Two Strings is more than just another spunky kids film. It’s a visually stunning, brilliantly written exercise in the art of storytelling, and probably the best animated film James Ross has seen in years.
Big Screen: Embrace of the Serpent review
Ciro Guerra’s ‘Embrace Of The Serpent’ is an Amazonian ‘Heart of Darkness’: pitting the knowledge systems of the Western world up against those of the tribal people of the Amazon.
Big Screen: The Martian
Matt Damon’s back again for the second time in a row as a stranded astronaut in The Martian, and Sam Clark can’t get over Ridley Scott’s never-ending stream of big-budget productions.
Big Screen: Everest
FBi’s Sam Clark has a very difficult time generating any sympathy for the horde of screaming bearded guys climbing mountains for no particular reason in the film Everest.
Big Screen: Me And Earl and the Dying Girl
The main character of Me and Earl and the Dying Girl may be a hopelessly self-absorbed dickhead but at least Sam Clark could find some good things to say about the whole film.