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“Don’t hate me cos I’m beautiful” – An alternative end-of-year honours from David Turpin

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the paperboy
Contributor David Turpin goes through some of high points from this year's slate of films, with a particular focus on Lee Daniels' much-maligned The Paperboy. Read more
David Turpin's final Writer in Residence piece sees him sharing some of the films which have influenced his work as a musician including "The Sexlife of a Chair" and "Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives". This is #5 in the series will see a different film contributor come on board every few months. Read more
David's penultimate Writer in Residence essay sees him looking at Nicole Kidman's work with a focus on her performance in Jonathan Glazer's underappreciated "Birth" (2004). This is #4 in the series will see a different film contributor come on board every three months. Read more
Snow White Queen
David's latest Writer in Residence piece sees him looking at the evolution and impact of early Disney motion pictures on his own work. This is #3 in the series will see a different film contributor come on board every three months. Read more
A still from Louis Malle’s Black Moon (1975)
David Turpin continues as our Writer in Residence with his second piece as he digs into the VHS archives and focuses on Jamoril Jires’s "Valerie and Her Week of Wonders" and Louis Malle’s "Black Moon". The series will see a different film contributor come on board every three months and share their work. Read more
Au hasard Balthazar
David Turpin launches our new series which will see a different film contributor come on board every three months and share their work. In this piece David writes about the donkey performance in Robert Bresson's Au Hasard Balthazar which captivated Tilda Swinton. Read more