Welcome to the blog of Double Exposure, Columbia University's undergraduate film journal. We publish up-to-date film criticism by Columbia students, including reviews, features, columns, lists, videos, interviews, podcasts, and more.
Monthly archive October, 2012
Halloween Picks

Halloween Picks

Want to watch something terrifying tonight? Here are some Halloween-related lists from our contributors.
Taxi-to the-Dermy

Taxi-to the-Dermy

This week on Will’s WBAR show Insufficiently Dialectical, we gushed about an iconic shot from Psycho (see below). As a follow-up, Joseph Pomp presents this taxidermy photo-essay.
Storm Picks

Storm Picks

Looking for something to watch now that Frankenstorm’s cancelled class? The Double Exposure staff has got you covered. Here are five great storm movies.
Cloud Atlas

Cloud Atlas

Jackson Arn reviews the adaptation of David Mitchell’s novel by the Wachowski siblings and Tom Tykwer.
Rep Picks for the Weekend of 10/26/12

Rep Picks for the Weekend of 10/26/12

Will Noah fills you in on what’s playing in the city this weekend.
Streaming Pick: Broadway Danny Rose

Streaming Pick: Broadway Danny Rose

Nick Lieberman recommends a lesser-known Woody Allen film now streaming on Netflix.
Single Exposure: Ghare Baire

Single Exposure: Ghare Baire

Shelley Farmer picks a frame from a film by Satyajit Ray.
Sally Cruikshank

Sally Cruikshank

Olivia Domba on Sally Cruikshank, one of the most wildly inventive animators alive. A program of her short films will screen at MoMA on Monday, October 29 at 4p.m.
Double Exposure Video Contest: Columbia Films

Double Exposure Video Contest: Columbia Films

Bernhard Fasenfest has put together this lovely video compiled of clips from movies shot on the Columbia campus. Whoever can name the most films that appear in the video without listing any that don’t appear will win a Columbia-related DVD of their choice!
Cult Classics: The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Cult Classics: The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Lili Safon kicks off our new series on cult films with a look at the genre’s most iconic entry. The Rocky Horror Picture Show screens every Friday and Saturday night at Chelsea Cinemas for $9.
Sound & Vision: Blue Velvet

Sound & Vision: Blue Velvet

In this series, we take a look at the way music choices can enrich a film. For the first entry, Julia Selinger takes a look at the title song from David Lynch’s Blue Velvet.
DVD Picks 10/16/12

DVD Picks 10/16/12

Looking for something new to rent at your local video store? That was a joke. But Will Noah still has your back; here are some notable new releases.
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