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 May, 2013
Student

Student

Will Noah reviews Darezhan Omirbayev's new adaptation of Crime and Punishment, opening at Anthology Film Archives this Friday.
Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters

Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters

Quincy DeYoung reviews Brief Encounters, Ben Shapiro's new documentary feature on photographer Gregory Crewdson.
Kiss of the Damned

Kiss of the Damned

Alexander Tsebelis reviews Xan Cassavetes' new vampire thriller, Kiss of the Damned.
Star Trek Into Darkness

Star Trek Into Darkness

Theo Zenou looks back at the essence of the sci-fi franchise in order to appraise its latest incarnation.
Something in the Air

Something in the Air

Marianne Barthelemy takes a look at Olivier Assayas' autobiographical latest.
Booed at Cannes: Wild at Heart and Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

Booed at Cannes: Wild at Heart and Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

Meaghan Katz reviews two David Lynch films that received discourteous treatment from the French in the '90s.
The Big Wedding

The Big Wedding

Alexander Tsebelis reviews writer/director Justin Zackham's new rom-com, The Big Wedding.
Double Exposure Issue Five

Double Exposure Issue Five

Look for Double Exposure's first print issue around Columbia's campus!
Sorcerer

Sorcerer

Justin Restivo reviews William Friedkin's remake of The Wages of Fear, screening tonight at BAM.
Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's

Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s

Joseph Pomp reviews a new documentary about one of New York's most important fashion institutions.
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