Posts by Meg Walters

Little Women: the trials of girlhood in contemporary cinema

By Meg Walters

With more and more women taking an active role in film production, depictions of young women are changing. What can they tell us about the modern world?

Hildur Guðnadóttir: ‘Music is a way to express yourself beyond words’

By Meg Walters

The Academy Award-winning composer behind Tár and Women Talking explains how she created two of this year's most interesting scores.

Why What’s Up, Doc? remains a perfect screwball comedy

By Meg Walters

Peter Bogdanovich’s 1972 homage to the Hollywood romantic comedies of old is chaotic, silly, and utterly joyful.

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