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  • Lacrima Christi
  • Slow Motion
  • Listening to the Space in My Room
  • The Text of Light

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Pinned reviews

  • A Burning Star

    A Burning Star


    Onishi Kenji's A Burning Star is a testament to Documentary filmmaking. Adopting the ideology of Dziga Vertov's 'Kino-Eye Movement', Onishi looks to confront death in its rawest form.

    The film depicts and reflects the passing of Onishi's Father from a work-related accident. The feature was shot on Double-Super 8mm (Later blown-up to to 16mm) and is one of many personal films born from the rise of the 8mm Filmmaking Culture in Japan that started in the '70s.

    However, Onishi's depiction…

  • The Works and Days (of Tayoko Shiojiri in the Shiotani Basin)

    The Works and Days (of Tayoko Shiojiri in the Shiotani Basin)


    Prior Review

    The Works and Days (of Tayoko Shiojiri in the Shiotani Basin) + Q&A w/ C.W. Winter, Anders Edström and George Clark at the ICA Cinema.

    Two months have past since I last saw the film.
    I had the opportunity to see this at the ICA Cinema in London, where the UK premiere was held. It was the first-ever screening of the definitive cut.

    In the span of 8-hours broken up into five acts with intermissions, the film examines…

Recent reviews

  • The Sparrow Dream

    The Sparrow Dream

    Robert Beavers: Recent Films + Q&A w/ Robert Beavers & Mark Webber at the ICA Cinema

    In an evening of six films in what Beavers considers to be his follow-up chapter from his previous cycle “My Hand Outstretched to the Winged Distance and Sightless Measure” which consisted of 18 films.

    Beavers spoke on how this cycle of films is somewhat more formalised by abstaining from filters and eroticism, and rather more reflecting on both the space within the inhabited and the…

  • Videodrome



    35mm Screening at ICA


Popular reviews

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    Also thanks Lily for smuggling 3 pizzas in a bin bag during the whole film

  • Titane



    Royal Gala Screening at London Film Festival 

    I managed to see this before going to class, and mfs were not lying about how disturbing it was. Never witnessed such an audience reaction. This film is totally worth going in blind.