I have a particular interest in film, and in the early part of the last decade, I wrote several pieces for UK film magazine Kamera, which I have now cross-posted here, but which can also be reached directly on Kamera‘s site at the links below:

From the Kamera print edition (pdfs from Issues 3 + 4):

Herzog/Kinski 5 DVD Boxed Set (PDF, 1MB)
Entries in Alternative 100 Best Movies (PDF, 2MB), for: Le Sang des Betes (Dir. Georges Franju); I Am Curious (Yellow) (Dir. Vilgot Sjoman); The Colour of Pomegranates (Dir. Sergei Paradjanov); Land of Silence and Darkness (Dir. Werner Herzog); Greaser’s Palace (Dir. Robert Downey Sr); Gummo (Dir. Harmony Korine); Buffalo ’66 (Dir. Vincent Gallo); Cremaster 2 (Dir. Matthew Barney).

Profiles:
Werner Herzog |   Pier Paolo Pasolini

Festival Reviews:
Reel Madness 2003 |   Resfest 2001

Book Reviews:
New Chinese Cinema – Challenging Representations (Cornelius / Haydn Smith)   |   Mise-en-scene (Gibbs)

Film and DVD Reviews:
Bande a Part (Dir. Jean-Luc Godard)   |   Bully (Dir. Larry Clark) [+ Interview with Rachel Miner]   |   Cinema Paradiso (Dir. Giuseppe Tornatore)   |   Dogtown and the Z-Boys (Dir. Stacy Peralta)   |   Don’t Look Now (Dir. Nicolas Roeg)   |   Fucking Amal / Show Me Love (Dir. Lukas Moodysson)   |   Ghost Dog (Dir. Jim Jarmusch)   |   Human Traffic (Dir. Justin Kerrigan)   |   Jesus’ Son (Dir. Alison Maclean)   |   The Lady and the Duke / L’Anglaise et le Duc (Dir. Eric Rohmer)   |   Sans Soleil (Dir. Chris Marker)   |   Suspicious River (Dir. Lynne Stopkewich)   |   Ten Days Without Love (Dir. Miguel Albaladejo)   |   2 or 3 Things I Know About Her / Deux ou Trois Choses Que Je Sais D’Elle (Dir. Jean-Luc Godard)   |   The Warrior (Dir. Asif Kapadia)   |   Y Tu Mama Tambien (Dir. Alfonso Cuaron)

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