At Film School Rejects, Meg Shields considers the “cinematic resonances” of Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2019).
At Atlas Obscura, Natasha Frost writes about the Lesbian pulp fiction of the 1950s and 1960s and interviews writers Ann Bannon and Katherine V. Forrest.
Spaces has images of sets from Park Chan-wook’s BBC series, The Little Drummer Girl and an interview with set designer Maria Djurkovic. (Thanks, Keith)
The Gutter’s own Beth Watkins cohosts the Binging Bridgerton podcast with Amrita Rajan! Hear all 9 episodes here. “BINGING BRIDGERTON is a deep dive into the eight episodes of the eponymous series on Netflix. Hosts Beth Watkins and Amrita Rajan discuss the events of the first episode, investigate […]
Chapter one of The Elect Stories is available for about $1 on Amazon. The book is Enlightenment Era inflected fantasy written by friend of the Gutter John Crye and you can read more about the process of writing it here. (Full disclosure, the Gutter’s own Carol was a […]
Friend of the Gutter Greta considers Bollywood’s house with cat wall-hangings at Memsaab Story. I” have now seen this particular place in four different films spanning nine years. Originally I thought it was a set, but it now seems difficult to believe that a set would remain so […]