Film, art, culture, gender, religion, mental health.
At Bright Wall/Dark Room, for the Childhood issue.
For the 100 Films | 100 Scenes project, based on the BBC 100 Best Films of the 21st Century list.
at Bright Wall/Dark Room, for the Studio Ghibli issue.
On whether it actually makes sense to think of Hollywood as liberal, for VICE.
at Bright Wall/Dark Room
for Bright Wall/Dark Room's Best of 2016 issue
for Bright Wall/Dark Room's issue on Kenneth Lonergan's Margaret
For the 100 Films, 100 Scenes project, based on the BBC 100 Best Films of the 21st Century List.
For Bright Wall/Dark Room, featured on RogerEbert.com
Everyone called Nicolas Winding Refn's new movie misogynistic. Did everyone get it wrong?
Bright Wall/Dark Room November 2015 (RogerEbert.com)
on Room, the defamiliarizing power of art, suffering, Simon Weil, Pasolini
for Christianity Today
At Christ and Pop Culture.