I have a new essay in Bright Lights Film Journal. It’s a piece I’ve been wanting to do for a long time. It is called „Two Perspectives on Sainthood in 1951: Roberto Rossellini’s Europe ’51 and Graham Greene’s The End of the Affair”.
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I have a new article in Bright Lights Film Journal: „History Moving, Reshaping the Landscape: The Representation of Historical Processes in Carlos and The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceaușescu: Olivier Assayas’s Carlos and Andrei Ujică’s The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceaușescu had their first public screenings in May 2010, at the Cannes Film Festival, on consecutive days. For all the obvious […]
I wanted to commemorate John le Carré’s passing (in December 2020) by writing something on the film version of The Spy Who Came in from the Cold. Here it is – in Bright Lights Film Journal.
I have a new article in Bright Lights Film Journal. It’s on the film criticism of Olivier Assayas: As a critic, Olivier Assayas tends to tune in very early to a new phenomenon. He is the critic as seismograph, always looking to delineate the shape of things to come. Much later, writing now as a […]
I have a new essay in Bright Lights Film Journal. It explores the points of contact between André Bazin and Graham Greene. „According to Bazin, he met Greene once in 1949. It was in Biarritz, at the “Festival du film maudit”. Bazin was one of the initiators of the festival, which also benefitted from the […]