Niamh Walsh shares her love for one of Hollywood’s most beloved contemporary filmmakers.
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DIRECTOR Sally Potter’s latest film The Party starts and finishes with a loaded gun, almost begging Chekov to take notice. It’s a searing, cringing satire on elitism in the political left. Despite being black and white, it attacks the topic with the energy of a punk rocker, as if Potter is demanding that the audience […]
LET me set the scene: it’s the mid-2000s and I’m in still primary school. My Blink 182-loving older brother just brought home a copy of Halo: Combat Evolved which he’d bought with his friend. We eject The Simpsons: Hit & Run and shove Halo into the rickety original Xbox disk tray. The iconic choral music […]
AN old Greek dude once said, “All I know, is that I know nothing”. You should keep this in mind as you buy your tickets for Avengers: Endgame. I can tell you without a shadow of a doubt that if you’ve managed to dodge around the social media spoiler minefield, you have no idea what […]
One of the things that defined the success of silent cinema titans Laurel and Hardy was their universal appeal. Masters of their art, they transcended language, culture and age boundaries with their slapstick genius. Whilst Stan and Ollie might fail to live up to that ludicrously high comic bar, it delivers its own kind of […]
It’s easy to focus on the big things of the year. Top 10s, best actors, blockbuster box-offices – these are the things that dominate the headlines. But what of the little things? We’ve gathered together a couple of Exeposé Screen writers to talk about their favourite smaller moments of the year. Margo Hanson in The Magicians […]
So many female filmmakers, collaborators, and other roles often go ignored in an industry that still has so far to go in terms of representation. Exeposé Screen Writers have contributed some of their favourite women in the industry, celebrating what they think makes them great. The Wachowski Sisters You might not instantly recognise the names […]
There’s a first time for everything. Sometimes, that first go knocks it straight out of the park. Exeposé Screen writers discuss their favourite examples of this – the times when a filmmaker makes something exceptional on their first try. The Lure – dir. Agnieszka Smoczyska It’s 1980s Poland. Two flesh-eating mermaids. A sweaty, seedy nightclub that […]