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Best Films of 2020: Part II

Beronica Garcia Da 5 Bloods (Dir. Spike Lee) Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods comes at a pivotal time for the Black Lives Matter movement; exploring the all-too-familiar stigmas of biasness, racism and PTSD through the lens of Black Vietnam veterans. Four wartime buddies reunite in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) for two missions: find the […]

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Best Films of 2020: Part I

Neil Fox Rizi (Days) (Dir. by Tsai Ming-liang) I saw Rizi in the heady days of the Berlinale in February (insert nostalgic truism based on 2020 here). I thought it was a masterwork at the time, it rocked me to my core as it spoke deeply to so many things I’d been feeling in the past couple […]

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Fashion & Film: The Best Sunglasses in the History of Cinema

From the moment I glanced at the mirrored sunglasses of Tilda Swinton in A Bigger Splash, I knew it was time to give my own take on the best shades in the history of cinema. It’s summer and the fact of the matter is that the summer sun is much more bearable in a pair […]

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Fashion & Film: Steve McQueen in Bullitt (1968)

Steve McQueen looking cool while keeping warm. Has anyone done it better? His favourite, unmistakeably shaped Persol 0714 sunglasses and the Benrus watch further enhance this classic modern look. “An American original” is how photographer William Claxton describes Steve McQueen in his book Steve McQueen: William Claxton Photographs. That he was, in terms of style, too. […]