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.
Yearly archive 2012
Killing Them Softly

Killing Them Softly

Theo Zenou reviews the latest film by Andrew Dominik, now in theaters.
Black Sheep: The Fountain

Black Sheep: The Fountain

In this series, we reevaluate films generally dismissed as minor or inferior in the ouvres of notable directors. In this entry, Sinclair Target comes to the defense of Darren Aronofsky’s cosmic triptych.
Auteurism Ain't Nuthing ta Fuck Wit: The Man With the Iron Fists

Auteurism Ain’t Nuthing ta Fuck Wit: The Man With the Iron Fists

Double Exposure’s resident Wu-Tang scholar Ethan Edwards takes an in-depth look at the RZA’s directorial debut.
Take Two: Lolita

Take Two: Lolita

Lili Safon examines the two film adaptations of Vladimir Nabokov’s controversial novel.
Special Streaming Pick : Feast of Burden

Special Streaming Pick : Feast of Burden

A look at Eugene Kotlyarenko's (CC ‘07) web series "Feast of Burden."
Streaming Pick: Wasteland

Streaming Pick: Wasteland

Overwhelmed by the options on Netflix Instant? Lizzie Rodgers recommends a 2010 film about an artist obsessed with garbage.
Chuck Jones

Chuck Jones

Olivia Domba takes a look at some of the shorts of Chuck Jones, the subject of a retrospective at BAM running from November 23 to 26.
Rep Pick: The Man in the White Suit

Rep Pick: The Man in the White Suit

Rodrigo Manubens recommends Alexander Mackendrick’s classic, playing at Film Forum through November 22nd.
Sound & Vision: O Brother Where Art Thou?

Sound & Vision: O Brother Where Art Thou?

For the second installment of a series celebrating music choices in films, Lizzie Rodgers looks at the siren song in Joel and Ethan Coen’s O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Streaming Pick: Ruby Sparks

Streaming Pick: Ruby Sparks

Looking for something to rent on demand? Sinclair Target recommends Ruby Sparks, directed by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris, the duo behind Little Miss Sunshine.
Skyfall

Skyfall

Blair McClendon reviews the latest entry in one of cinema’s most durable franchises.
Rep Pick: Nothing But A Man

Rep Pick: Nothing But A Man

David Beal urges you to catch a newly restored masterpiece at Film Forum this week.
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