Apples

Apples is set in a world where an inexplicable amnesia outbreak causes people to suddenly lose their memory, leaving those who cannot be identified by loved ones to be cared for by the state. While Lanthimos’ work delights in exhibiting human misery, this is more interested in human connection, and the extent to which memories form our identity. Apples Review by Hannah Strong @thethirdhan Share this Directed by Christos Nikou Starring Anna Kalaitzidou Aris Servetalis Sofia Georgovassili Anticipation. Aris is encouraged by his therapist to take photographs of himself experiencing…

Monster

As he comes to the end of his monologue, picking up pace, the frenzied beats of a jazz drummer surge beneath his increasingly offensive accusations. Monster Review by Flora Spencer Grant Share this Directed by Anthony Mandler Starring Jennifer Ehle John David Washington Kelvin Harrison Jr Anticipation. A queasy greenish tint and unsteady handheld camera symbolise Steve’s anguish in prison, bright white overhead lighting and a muted colour palette characterise the courtroom, while his life before his arrest is shown contrastingly warm hues. A great cast, but I’m tired of…

Sofia Coppola has directed a new short film for the New York City Ballet

Published 7 May 2021 Share this In crisp digital-black-and-white, Coppola trains her lens on the dancers and instructors of the NYCB, basking on the pure majesty of bodies in motion. Sofia Coppola has directed a new short film for the New York City Ballet The 26-minute mood piece captures the majesty of the dance company for their Spring Gala. An unexpected new project from Coppola further cements her reputation as an assimilated-and-proud New Yorker. Coppola’s contribution will be available to stream   until 20 May, beginning around the six-minute mark…