A Northerner in denial, Rachel perpetually places herself anywhere but native Manchester, now leaving her down and out in London (not Paris). She likes words, taking photographs, subtitles, travelling the world whenever her overdraft allows, vintage book shops and solo gallery visits. She's often found in dark rooms with strangers...cinemas, honest. She's also Arts & Culture Editor of TLW.
Sun bleached and husky voiced, rugged and impassioned, with a soundtrack that will remain on repeat until long after that final scene, Luca Guadagnino’s A Bigger Splash – just like I Am Love before it – is the embodiment of style.
With Sarah Gavron directing and Abi Morgan behind the screenplay, Suffragette has a storming start when it comes to finally bringing the heart wrenching and heart raising story of post-war women’s suffrage - but can it live up to expectation?
Deranged and downright hazardous - take the dirty little hands of this rag-tag bunch of high flying mischief makers and grab yourself a Scotch and Soda in Company 2's latest production on the South Bank
Time machines, tax avoidance, Arabic falconry, animal wrestling, Croatia, social housing, Gore Vidal – just a dip into the subjects on offer as one of London’s finest (and possibly most diverse) documentary festivals enters its fifth year.