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What was British independent film? Part 4: Marc Karlin’s Television Works

In the fourth post by our Writer in Residence, Colin Perry considers the work of Marc Karlin.

Posted on 3 Apr 2014 / Carry on reading

What was British independent film? Part 3: for and against television

The third post by our current writer in residence, Colin Perry.

Posted on 6 Mar 2014 / Carry on reading

What was British independent film? Part 2: Documentary Taboos

The second post of the series by LUX Writer in Residence Colin Perry on the rejection and contemporary reinscription of documentary as a critical form.

Posted on 17 Feb 2014 / Carry on reading

What was British independent film? Part 1

The first post of the series by LUX Writer in Residence Colin Perry on British Independent Film and Video. Part I 'What was British independent film?' examines the rise of independent film as a critical and interventionist strategy.

Posted on 6 Feb 2014 / Carry on reading

Print Checking as Criticism 4: Appendix

The concluding instalment of writer-in-residence series Print Checking as Criticism by Mandi Goodier

Posted on 14 Jan 2014 / Carry on reading

Print Checking as Criticism 3: The Removal

The third instalment of writer-in-residence series Print Checking as Criticism by Mandi Goodier

Posted on 10 Dec 2013 / Carry on reading

Print Checking as Criticism 2: The Mark As Narrative

Mandi Goodier on the intrigue of defacement and damage in film

Posted on 19 Nov 2013 / Carry on reading

Print Checking as Criticism: The Print Checker

The first post of the series by Mandi Goodier on utilising print checking as a critical tool

Posted on 5 Nov 2013 / Carry on reading

Revisiting Brakhage 5: Vision and its Metaphors

In the final part of his writer-in-residence series, James Boaden examines the complexity of Brakhage's metaphors of vision

Posted on 23 Oct 2013 / Carry on reading

Revisiting Brakhage 4: Abstract Expressionism, Nature and the Radical Aspiration of Film

James Boaden on how Brakhage's films simultaneously draw on and exceed Abstract Expressionism

Posted on 10 Oct 2013 / Carry on reading

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