After its screening at Belgrave Music Hall and Canteen, Ananya Sriram reflects on the 2017 award-winning documentary.
Content warning: this article contains mentions of rape and child sexual assault. France may be a country known for its casual, open attitudes towards sex and sexuality, but at what point does this go too […]
With subbing and dubbing each having their merits, Ananya Sriram argues that the only language that matters is the language of cinema.
The Wall may have fallen, but what did it leave behind? Ananya Sriram explores the legacy of the Wall three decades after its collapse. From the first sledgehammer that struck the Berlin Wall to the […]
As I write this, there are protests happening in Ethiopia, Chile, Lebanon, Iraq, Hong Kong, Barcelona, Australia, Paris and London – to name a few examples. With people around the world subjecting themselves to tear […]
It’s a tale we’re all familiar with: spy and assassin caught up in a cat-and-mouse chase, each becoming ever more obsessed with the other as their paths bring them closer – or are we? We’ve all seen […]