Posts by Oisín McGilloway

A grindhouse cinema is born in South London

By Oisín McGilloway

Born first as a programme at The Cinema Museum, The Nickel is now moving into a permanent space, offering deep cuts and obscurities to a cine-curious audience.

Why contemporary filmmakers can’t stop copying Jacques Demy

By Oisín McGilloway

From La La Land to Past Lives, filmmakers are still drawing inspiration from the vivid emotional worlds of Jacques Demy. What is it about his films that continues to inspire directors?

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