‘Unsane’: seeing is believing in Soderbergh’s newest medical thriller

This review of Unsane was written by Christy Choueiri. Choueiri is a published poet and writer and the poetry editor for Rusted Radishes: Beirut Literary and Art Journal. Currently, she is pursuing a graduate degree in English Literature at the American University of Beirut where her work focuses on depictions of gender, sexuality, and mental… Read More ‘Unsane’: seeing is believing in Soderbergh’s newest medical thriller

‘Final Portrait’: an all-too-brief glimpse into Alberto Giacometti’s life

2018 was a big year for Armie Hammer, whose starring role in the Oscar-winning, queer, coming-of-age film Call Me By Your Name garnered him widespread acclaim and accolades across various awards circuits. Despite being around for a minute, the actor had yet to be cast in a role that would afford him the range he… Read More ‘Final Portrait’: an all-too-brief glimpse into Alberto Giacometti’s life

Why ‘The Insult’ might win the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar

The 90th Academy Awards will air in just a few hours, and for the first time, Lebanon has a competing film. Ziad Doueiri’s The Insult will be vying for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar against A Fantastic Woman (Chile), The Square (Sweden), Loveless (Russia), and On Body and Soul (Hungary). At first glance, three… Read More Why ‘The Insult’ might win the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar