Katy D’Avella is a writer and cinephile based in London.
She has an MSc in Media Studies, where she focused on film theory and has appeared on film podcasts like Projections Podcast.
Thomas Vinterberg crafts a fun if surprisingly anodyne movie that celebrates moderation.
Chloe Zhao’s third feature entwines a lyrical exploration of the American West with the drilling effects of capitalism and old age.
Christian Petzold’s newest is a beguiling fairytale, replete with the director’s multifaceted interests.
“These films don’t just sit still, they’re there for people to do something with and you can see people doing it.”
Urbanism and psychology collide in a tale of tumultuous personal progress.
Philippe Garrel’s career-long command of heartache and romantic pitfalls continues.
Tsai Ming-liang eases back into narrative filmmaking with a formally audacious and tender feature.
Cristi Puiu evokes the turn of the 20th century for a chamber piece of opaque intent and heavy conversation.
Justin Kurzel effectively explores the making and unmaking of one of history, and cinema’s, most famous outlaws.
Jia Zhangke’s bound for the fields, the seacoast, and the vicissitudes of time in his new literary documentary
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