Bill Badi is a director based in South Africa. I recently had the privilege of interviewing him about his upcoming short film Tiny Apocalpyse. We discussed his… Read more “Bill Badi Amplifies the Beauty in Everyday Life in his Film: Tiny Apocalypse”
I am to desire a sea of violets, reckoning, vibrancy disrupted and lit on fire.
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”
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”
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”
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”