Emma Fogarty

Emma Fogarty


My E-mail address if you wanna contact me is: emmafogarty345@gmail.com

Favorite films

  • The Weeping Meadow
  • The Third Part of the Night
  • The Beekeeper
  • Yi Yi

Recent activity

  • OPAL

  • Embracing

  • Women Without Men


  • Don Camillo


Recent reviews

  • Embracing


    Naomi Kawase directs a short documentary, 40 minutes long about her absent father.

    If someone I didn't know came up to me and suddenly asked me to watch their home movies, I might awkwardly walk away from them, mostly because I'd only watch those from someone I knew.
    What Kawase has done is kind of break that barrier and...well make you feel like a friend coming over to watch someone you knows...private movie.
    It's filmed in an experimental way to…

  • Women Without Men

    Women Without Men


    Shirin Neshat, Shoja Azari direct a 100 minute drama, focusing on different women, living during the time of the 1950s Iranian coup d'etat.

    Not an area of history I was 100% up on admittedly, and the directors, to the access to westerners such as myself, have provided enough so that you're sufficiently filled in on the backdrop.
    Even before the Shah, or the current people in charge of Iran, things didn't seem especially good for women, so there's something important…

Popular reviews

  • Dunkirk



    Dunkirk is a 100 minute action/war film directed by Christopher Nolan, it stars Tom Hardy and focuses on the British naval escape from Dunkirk during the second world war.

    Allow me to get something out of the way, I am not a fan of Christopher Nolan, I found Interstellar syrupy and condescending in its exposition, Memento and Insomnia, Inception as self-important crime films which consider themselves more than they actually are, I’ll take the old Batman films (Burton and…

  • Sleep Has Her House

    Sleep Has Her House

    Sleep has her house is a 90 minute experimental film directed by Scott Barely, it is a non-narrative film featuring no actors or dialogue.

    I confess, high-experimental cinema is an area of film I have left tragically unexplored, this was also my first Barely outing.
    While Fricke and Reggio are less immersive, the prior feels like he has more to say and you have more fun interpretating the images and ordering them and are well...generally brighter, more vibrant .