Bill Badi is a director based in South Africa. I recently had the privilege of interviewing them about their upcoming short film Tiny Apocalpyse. We discussed their process, the beauty in mundanity, and everyday dilemmas that feel apocalyptic.
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Odette’s Inferno, A Poem Reimagining Henri Georges Clouzot’s Hell
I am to desire a sea of violets, reckoning, vibrancy disrupted and lit on fire.
Announcing: The Marilyn Monroe Issue
In celebration of her birthday week, we are commemorating the life and work of Marilyn Monroe in our first issue. Considered bombshell, comedienne, intellectual, and larger-than-life, Monroe… Read more “Announcing: The Marilyn Monroe Issue”
In the Mood for Love: Interiors
I. The building crowned by tangerine light, warmth like the sun juiced out. A brushing shoulder, a moment shared between staying and going. II. Our hands at… Read more “In the Mood for Love: Interiors”
Exploring the ‘Dangerous’ Feminine; The Juniper Tree in Review: Magic, Motherhood, and Grief in a Fairytale Revisited
Content Warning: Depictions of death, specifically: child death. Cannibalism, misogyny and grief are also described. This article contains spoilers. Although fairytales may solely exist within the nebulous… Read more “Exploring the ‘Dangerous’ Feminine; The Juniper Tree in Review: Magic, Motherhood, and Grief in a Fairytale Revisited”
London After Midnight
The film London After Midnight is the most sought after “lost film” of the silent era. It starred Lon Chaney Sr. in a dual role as a… Read more “London After Midnight”