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Isabel Stevens
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Isabel Stevens Jun 12
Replying to @christinalefou
I believe Kael & Sontag got on better
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Pamela Hutchinson Jun 10
Don't know where to begin exploring the work of the first female film directors? Let me solve that problem for you.
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Rowan Woods Jun 7
I’ll be chairing a discussion on the politics and poetics of desire in Claire Denis’ work at the next Weds (12th). , and Laura McMahon will be bringing the smarts. Do come along.
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Nick James Jun 7
Here’s my news. Emotional moment.
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Pamela Hutchinson Jun 3
Join and myself on Tuesday 11 June at to explore the brilliant and often surprising work of early female filmmakers, with screenings and talks
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Isabel Stevens May 30
Dammit I didn’t know about the free wine
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Sophie Monks Kaufman May 30
Hello pals, I have programmed a ten-film Claire Denis season playing across June at the - some established bangers, some rarer gems. Regard the offerings:
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Isabel Stevens May 29
Love the focus and films in this post-French New Wave season which kicks off next week. Catherine Breillat's A Real Young Girl is a big screen must. Not your average coming of age/teen girl sexual awakening tale...
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Isabel Stevens May 25
🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉
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Isabel Stevens May 25
Very happy for Mati Diop’s & Atlantique’s jury prize and that Sciamma got something but she deserved more than the screenplay award. Considering her revisionist period drama Meek’s Cutoff, I reckon Kelly Reichardt (at least) was team 🔥
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Isabel Stevens May 25
My review of Palme d’Or winner Bong Joon-ho’s riotous home invasion comedy: an ever-inventive class tirade & a delightful musing on familial bonds
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Isabel Stevens May 25
Some thoughts on who might/should win the Palme d’Or for . Wouldn’t it be great if jury deliberations were like govt files and released after 30 years? Or even one year...
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Isabel Stevens May 24
My thoughts on PARASITE, the latest riot from Bong Joon-ho and one of my favourite musings on familial love:
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Sight & Sound May 22
first look: an exuberant, barefoot elegy to an era at sundown, is Tarantino’s ripest delight – until 🤐🤐🤐, says
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Isabel Stevens May 22
Replying to @lizziefrancke
I know, so good, ingenious and wicked.
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Isabel Stevens May 21
PARASITE is an ingenious con-family comedy and a raging class satire. Bong Joon-ho, as ever, RULES
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Isabel Stevens May 21
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood or Tarantino’s bromance. Naturally in love with “the old timey movies” and LA. On set Western scenes are my fav. Wasn’t expecting to be so charmed by it
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Isabel Stevens May 21
Replying to @Brownstu
Yes! I heard so many good things.
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Isabel Stevens May 21
Replying to @Brownstu
Seen, loved & reviewed! Just didn’t have space for it there. 🖐
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