From the Archives: 2001: A Space Odyssey

Originally posted 2014 | Review by Luke O’Reilly The upcoming release of 2001: A Space Odyssey by the BFI will be it’s fifth time to hit the cinemas since it first came out in 1968. Directed and produced by Stanley Kubrick it is one of most iconic and influential films ever made. Stanley Kubrick standsContinue reading “From the Archives: 2001: A Space Odyssey”

From The Archives: The Imitation Game

Originally posted 2014 | Written by Killian O’Dwyer “Are you paying attention?”, Benedict Cumberbatch’s Alan Turing asks a police officer. He’s about to tell the policeman – and, by extension, us – his whole story. Turing’s quiet and dignified interrogation in a small, cold police station room frames most of The Imitation Game as a retelling, inContinue reading “From The Archives: The Imitation Game”

From The Archives: The Look of Silence

Originally published 2014 | Written by Cathal Kavanagh 50 years ago, helped along by Cold War paranoia about apparent communist threats, the Indonesian army staged a coup on the road to eventually seizing control of the country in 1968. As part of the ‘spontaneous’ uprisings on behalf of the citizenry, up to a million ‘communists’,Continue reading “From The Archives: The Look of Silence”