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A list of all my writing so you don’t have to wade through endless amounts of crap…

 

Film Reviews

24 7: Twenty Four Seven (Meadows, 1997)
24 Hour Party People (Winterbottom, 2002)
Alfie (Gilbert, 1966)
Anti-Social (Traviss, 2015)
The Angel’s Share (Loach, 2012)
Brotherhood (Clarke, 2016)
Dreamcatcher (Longinotto, 2015)
Dreams of a Life (Morley, 2011)
For Those in Peril (Wright, 2013)
Herostratus (Levy, 1967)
Hinterland (Macqueen, 2015)
Honeytrap (Johnson, 2015)
The Great Hip Hop Hoax (Finlay, 2013)
Keeping Rosy (Reeves, 2014)
Ladybird, Ladybird (Loach, 1994)
Lilting (Khaou, 2014)
The Long Good Friday (Mackenzie, 1982)
Made of Stone (Meadows,2013)
Mister John (Molloy, Lawlor, 2013)
My Summer Of Love (Pawlikowski, 2004)
My Week With Marilyn (Curtis, 2011)
A Night at the Cinema in 1914 (BFI, 2014)
A Room for Romeo Brass (Meadows, 1999)
The Selfish Giant (Barnard, 2013)
Shame (McQueen, 2011)
The Wicker Man (Hardy, 1973)
This Is England (Meadows, 2006)
Top Dog (Kemp, 2014)
We Still Kill The Old Way (Bennett, 2014)

Features

’71: Interview with Jack O’Connell and Gregory Burke
A Certain Incompatibility: French Film Criticism and British Cinema
An Interview with Jonathan Sothcott
Adam Deacon speaks out against Noel Clarke- and should be heard
Amy
Anti-Social- Interview with Reg Traviss and Josh Myers
British Cinematic Identity: Do we really want International Success?
Common People: Documenting the Fans in British Cinema
Diversity in UK Cinema- Honeytrap and Girlhood
For Those in Peril: Interview with Director Paul Wright and actor George Mackay
Free Cinema Part One
Free Cinema Part Two
Has This Film Been Made for Me?
Have a Fucking Heart
In Defence of The Geezer- for Complex UK
Jimmy’s Hall: Interview with Ken Loach and Paul Laverty
Jimmy’s Hall: Interview with Simone Kirby and Barry Ward
Lilting: Interview with Director Hong Khaou
Oscars Race: Why 12 Years A Slave Should Win Best Picture
Representing Spaces- The Levelling
Southcliffe and the Optimism of the British Landscape
A Story of Children and Film: Interview with Director Mark Cousins
Top Dog: Interview with Director Martin Kemp and actor Leo Gregory
WFTV Interview with Beeban Kidron

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