The Image Book (2018) – Godard Wages War On The Cinematic Image

“When a century slowly dissolves into the next century, some people transform means of survival into new means It’s the latter that we call art” ― JLG If the ‘image’ be considered the “means of survival”―survival of information, survival of culture, survival of the very memory of the human race―then Continue Reading

Giant Little Ones (2018) Film Review: Growing Up and Growing Apart

Adolescence is an awkward and difficult time. Most often we underestimate what teenagers are going through because we are more than happy to forget our own struggles at that age. Everyone faces different challenges growing up. The Canadian production ‘Giant Little Ones’ tries to bring this to the fore. It Continue Reading

Soni (2018) Film Review — Gritty Police Procedural With A Feminist Core

In the midst of a large number of recent films dealing with women’s safety and equality issues, Soni feels like a rare breath of fresh air with its uncompromising honesty and maturity in its portrayal of both the victims and the perpetrators. Like its titular character, a young policewoman in Continue Reading