The Image Book – Review

by Frankie Harlow There is a video installation piece currently in the Tate Modern by Christian Marclay called The Clock. It uses archival film footage from when clocks are shown or when people mention the time to create 24hr piece about time. It is beautiful and I recommend seeing it. Jean-Luc Godard’s The Image Book both reminded me of this and is totally unrelated to … Continue reading The Image Book – Review

The Old Man and the Gun – Review

Robert Redford has had an illustrious career. Starting in the sixties, the actor, producers, philanthropist, festival programmer, and activist has been iconic for…well…all those previously started reasons. Redford is best known as an actor in films such as The Way We Were, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, and All The President’s Men, earning him critical acclaim, awards, and a legend status. Though he announced … Continue reading The Old Man and the Gun – Review