Cult Corner is a fortnightly film review series focused on reviewing everything from the cult to the classic. In the series’ twelfth instalment, Gemma Pecorini Goodall reviews the drag classic The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
Cult Corner is a fortnightly film review series focused on reviewing everything from the cult to the classic. In the series’ sixth instalment, Gemma Pecorini Goodall reviews cult phenomenon and the birth place of a religion, The Big Lebowski.
Cult Corner is a fortnightly film review series focused on reviewing everything from the cult to the classic. In the series’ third instalment, Gemma Pecorini Goodall reviews Richard O’Brien’s 1975 classic The Rock y Horror Picture Show.
Commies, and blacklists and scripts oh my! Tracking one of Hollywood’s most famous and infamous screenwriters, Trumbo is an attempt and explaining and criticising Hollywood and the U.S.A’s often hypocritical freedom. Gemma Pecorini Goodall reviews.
Many filmmakers would love to say that they have a BBC credit on their resume, Goldsmiths student Mohammad Rabbani can say he does – and all before his second year of university. Gemma Pecorini Goodall reviews Rabbani’s short film The Breakdown and asks the first-time director what it was like to collaborate with the BBC.
The partnership between Goldsmiths and Curzon cinemas brings the Royal Borough of Lewisham its first permanent cinema in 15 years. Gemma Pecorini Goodall brings us all the information on when and where we can catch a film on campus.
After being referred to as a Grinch by many of her friends, Gemma Pecorini Goodall continues her quest to Christmas spirit in her second week of festive film binging. Monday, December 7th – The Santa Clause (1994) When I was younger, I probably only watched The Santa Clause once or twice. Going to the…
Gemma Pecorini Goodall lays down the films she believes should be viewed and celebrated every Halloween… If you grew up in the U.K. you probably weren’t raised with all of the wonderful Halloween traditions those of us who spent our childhood in North America experienced. By Halloween films I am not referring to horror films. Don’t get me…