In-flight entertainment

I recently took a one-week trip to Beijing to attend my brother’s wedding. The city itself is fascinating, built on a monumental scale (or as dissident artist Ai Weiwei puts it, “inhuman”), and Beijing traffic is one of the most terrifying things I’ve ever encountered. I didn’t have a lot of time to explore, but […]

Blasts from the past

Guest post:
A Weimar Cinema Revelation: Harbour Drift (1929), part two

New releases from the BFI, 2016: Part 2

Frank Borzage’s History is Made at Night (1937):
Criterion Blu-ray review

Blu-ray Review: Harold Lloyd’s The Freshman (1925)

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