An exploration of narrative, space, and gender roles in Certain Women

In what I envisaged to be an in-depth look into the tales of four women in the Midwest, I was as wrong as I was right about Kelly Reichardt’s Certain Women. Adapted from Maile Molloy’s collection of stories, Both Ways Is the Only Way I Want It and Half In Love, Reichardt graciously presents three stories of four women quietly surviving… Continue reading An exploration of narrative, space, and gender roles in Certain Women

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My 2017 Reading List

I was very humble with my Christmas list last year, the contents of which revolved around practical items such as socks, make-up remover, and of course books! In tune with my new practical outlook it seemed fitting that my new year's resolution followed suit: READ MORE! As an aspiring blogger in pursuit of a job… Continue reading My 2017 Reading List

Ron Arad’s Curtain Call

// When: 6 - 29 August // // Where: Roundhouse, London // I recently visited London, and what I miss most about living there is my gallery days. The city always has something going on and at the Roundhouse Ron Arad presents a mesmerising 360˚installation which projects a variety of artistic works. Since writing my Avant-Garde thesis… Continue reading Ron Arad’s Curtain Call

Humanist Films

From the Great Depression to another Marvel blip, film still stands as a source of escapism. I accept this to an extent. But I believe that even more so today we need not to escape, but to see, witness and celebrate who we are as humans. Titles related to my discourse are that of France… Continue reading Humanist Films