A deep dive into the use of dresses as symbols of power in ‘True History of the Kelly Gang’ for One Room With A View.
Food, Femininity and First Time Filmmaking: An Interview with Lucy Brydon, Director of ‘Body of Water’
I talked to director Lucy Brydon about her debut feature ‘Body of Water’ after it screened at Glasgow Film Festival 2020.
Reviewing Tilman Singer’s impressive horror debut for One Room With A View.
A deep dive into the depiction of disordered eating in ‘My Mad Fat Diary’, for my Fatness in Film column for Flip Screen.
A feature for Flip Screen looking at the relationship dynamics in the BBC’s adaptation of Sally Rooney’s ‘Normal People’.
The fourth instalment of my column for Flip Screen, with a deep dive into how fatphobia presents itself in ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ and other woke media.
Watching and reviewing ‘When Harry Met Sally’ for the first time, for One Room With A View.
Reviewing Eva Riley’s coming-of-age debut about a young gymnast for Flip Screen.
Reviewing the heavenly horror for Flip Screen.
The third instalment of my column for Flip Screen, analysing the use of fatsuits in ‘Avengers: Endgame’ and beyond.
Reviewing the Aussie romance-drama for Flip Screen.
Reviewing Henry Blake’s debut feature for Flip Screen.
Reviewing Nick Rowland’s blinder of a debut for Flip Screen.