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, 2015
NYFF 2015: Insiang

NYFF 2015: Insiang

Insiang ruthlessly exposes how the slums of the Philippines thoroughly consumed its inhabitants.
NYFF 2015: The Witness

NYFF 2015: The Witness

Kitty Genovese’s life has disappeared behind her public, dramatic, and eminently watchable death. We, as the audience, are transformed into cruel spectators, craning our necks to see footage of bloody handprints and desperate screaming, reifying her tragedy by refusing her a life before death at all.
NYFF 2015: Spotlight on Documentary

NYFF 2015: Spotlight on Documentary

Our NYFF coverage continues with Alex Robertson's "Christgau capsules" for three documentaries.
NYFF 2015: De Palma, "De Palma," and Baumbach

NYFF 2015: De Palma, “De Palma,” and Baumbach

Much as De Palma is at his most original and his most political when he “does” Hitchcock, Baumbach is at his proudest, his most creative, and his most ambitious when he points the camera at his subject and listens.
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