Angela Trott is a PhD Film researcher from the UK who divides her time between film watching, writing, teaching, and tea drinking in equal measure.
Mention the name Dorothy Arzner and even the biggest movie buffs can often respond with blank looks; this guide is an intro into her
This little gem of a film won the Nora Ephron Prize at this year’s Tribeca film festival, which is awarded to recognise the work
Whit Stillman's adaption of Jane Austen's relatively unknown novella, Lady Susan, follows the delightfully scandalous exploits of the recently widowed Lady Susan Vernon (Kate Beckinsale).
You may be wondering why you are reading a review for a film initially slated for release in 2014, after its première at the
The figure of the action heroine in film has always been present to some extent, even looking back to some of the adventure shorts
Catherine Hardwicke's name may now be synonymous with a certain teen vampire movie, but her career has spanned a diverse and accomplished selection of
There has been a historical frequency in film for older men to be depicted in romantic relationships with younger, sometimes much younger, women. This
As another Hollywood award season gathers momentum, so too do its accompanying controversies and questions. Last year’s Academy Awards were remembered as much for