When I hear Fleabag declare that she has a terrible feeling that she’s a “greedy, perverted, selfish, apathetic, cynical, depraved, morally bankrupt woman who can’t even call herself a feminist”, I feel relief. Most days, I have the exact same worry.
With the novel celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2018 and the release of its sixth film adaption in 2019, Little Women has seen a recent surge in popularity. To what extent do film adaptations ‘re-brand’ the original book
By Rohail Karim Clueless, based on a 19th century novel by Jane Austen – “Ugh, as if!”. Its not until you read Emma by Jane Austen (and have a lecture on […]
I thought I knew what I was getting into: bad CGI, loose plots, and shouting at the screen in cheerful enjoyment. Right? Wrong.
by Stephanie Dale Imagine considering the world through film. Imagine simply stopping and paying attention to what the world has to say. That’s what Cherie Federico, director of Aesthetica Short Film Festival (ASFF), […]
The devil may wear Prada, but Anna Wintour is the embodiment of a successful business woman, as shown in The September Issue.
Because who really is featured in the film?