Reel Talk are excited to present the first edition of The Reel Talk Zine!
The staff and students of the Warwick Film and TV department reminisce on some of their highlights of the past academic year.
Third year Film and English student Max King discusses the brilliance of Yasujiro Ozu’s The Flavour of Green Tea Over Rice as a comfort film.
After the stress of Summer term, here some of the Reel Talk editorial team share some of their favourite comfort media to unwind as the year draws to a close.
Dominic Thornton analyses Warwick alumni Paul W.S. Anderson as a stylist to get to the heart of what makes his Resident Evil films so great.
Alexander Santos-Edgar compares and contrasts how we see the city of Paris in films.
Tash Cope analyses a range of films to get to the heart of the 80s dance film.
Oliver Hargreaves tackles the concept of Flânerie in relation to Jim Jarmusch’s Paterson.
Our next video essay from the Practice of Film Criticism has Emily Jackman ruminating on the impacts of ‘Blade Runner’ on fashion.
We start the showcase of work for the Practice of Film Criticism module with Harry Russell’s video essay on ‘Gremlins 2: The New Batch’.
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