Sunday, May 05, 2019

May Reviews

Elisabeth Moss in Her Smell / Gunpowder & Sky
These are 
the reviews 
and other
pieces I'm
working on
this month.







Crypticon: For my second year at the convention, I participated in two panels, Film Criticism Workshop and Horror From Around the World, and moderated one, Survey of French Horror, that I proposed.

Seattle Film Blog: Her Smell: Alex Ross Perry’s Take on the Damaged-Woman-of-Rock ArchetypeCharlie Is Not My Darling: Mary Harron Puts a Feminist Spin on the Manson Family Saga, SIFF 2019: Basketball in the Yard in Michael Tolajian's Prison Documentary Q Ball, SIFF 2019: Mark Cousins' Storm in My Heart Interrogates Hollywood's Double StandardsCool and Hip and Angry and Sophisticated and Ultra Clean: Stanley Nelson's Birth of the Cool Reveals Miles Davis in All His Complexity, and revamped versions 
of White Material and 35 Shots of Rum.

List of Canadian titles for the Intl Horror panel

The Stranger SIFF Notes: Carmen y Lola, Go Back to China, Monos, and Swinging Safari.


The Stranger Music Things to Do: The Specials and Alicia Witt (I guess they're using freelancers again, at least for the next few weeks). I'm also quoted in this Filthy Friends blurb. 


Video Librarian: 62 Days, Break the Silence, Exiled, It’s Criminal - A Tale of Prison and Privilege, and The Longings of Maya Gordon.



Endnote: Image from The New York Times.

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