Year

2020

Intermission, August 2020 II: The Intermissioning

Have you ever been on a date? Have you ever hosted something? Have you ever seen a colour? If you answered “yes” to one or more of these questions then boy, have we got a show for YOU! Buckle up,… Continue Reading →

Bad Lieutenants

Now, I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I’ve done some research and found out that “the police” are a controversial topic right now that some people are quite upset about. As such I thought we’d take a look at… Continue Reading →

Intermission, August 2020

In extraordinary times, extraordinary measures must be taken. Such as watching a bunch of films at random and talking about them earlier in the month that we normally do. Hot takes incoming on Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire… Continue Reading →

Spike Lee Part 3

Welcome to Fuds on Film, and the third part of our look at Spike Lee’s joints. In this episode we’ll be talking about a powerful documentary; a remake of a Korean film based on a Japanese Manga about hammers; an… Continue Reading →

Spike Lee Part 2

We continue our delve into the career of Spike Lee with a look at 4 Little Girls, He Got Game, Summer of Sam, Bamboozled, and 25th Hour. Mid-career and middle-of-the-road, or is he just hitting his stride? Join us and… Continue Reading →

Spike Lee Part 1

There are a number of notable film directors to have come from New York City, though some are particularly strongly associated with it, and with one borough in particular. Some of these filmmakers are short, bespectacled and often act in… Continue Reading →

Intermission, June 2020

This month, we turn our attention to these beauties: Weathering with You, Vivarium, Just Mercy, Ema, Richard Jewell, and Capone. Are they worth your time? Join us and find out! Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe on iTunes | Subscribe via… Continue Reading →

Later Wong Kar Wai

We return to the Wong Kar Wai well to review the later half of his output thus far. Will we fall in love with Happy Together, In the Mood for Love, 2046, My Blueberry Nights, and The Grandmaster? Join us… Continue Reading →

Early Wong Kar Wai

Hong Kong filmmaker Wong Kar-wai’s much-lauded 2000 film, In the Mood for Love, which debuted on the 20th of May at the Cannes film festival and was to be re-screened for its 20th anniversary at this year’s festival, so our… Continue Reading →

Face Down In The Muck

Strumpets aside, we take a look at three films covering the horrors of the Vietnam war with Platoon, Full Metal Jacket, and Casualties of War. Join us as we find out if they hold up. Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe… Continue Reading →

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