Gaelle Biguenet (Journalist)
Bergman-loving French writer based in London
Gaelle is a freelance journalist originally from France, and based in London. She was introduced to film as a thought-provoking artform upon watching Ingmar Bergman’s Persona (1966). Bergman’s depiction of a tortured soul is nothing short of perfect and transformed the way that she watches films.
Armed with an incisive pen, Gaelle is sensitive to well-constructed films that raise a revelatory mirror to the audience. That said, she unashamedly loves blockbusters with a transporting plot and characters that are fleshed out.
Other posts by Gaelle Biguenet
Piercing, tense and unexpectedly funny docufiction starring Sydney Sweeney portrays controversial whistleblower who leaked US government information to the media in 2017 - in cinemas on Friday, June 2nd [Read More...]
Tripping on its crass humour, middle-of-the-road and unimaginative screenwriting, Pelayo De Lario’s debut feature falls flat on its face - on VoD on Monday, January 23rd [Read More...]
Just grab them by the d**k!
Gaelle Biguenet examines the power structures of Abigail’s and Carl's characters in The Triangle of Sadness, and reveals that the Filipino-cleaner-turned-captain-and-sexual-predator is in reality a conformist [Read More...]
Charismatic biophysicist Jacques Dubochet takes us along his personal journey as he meditates on what a Nobel Prize winner in chemistry should do with his newfound fame - documentary is out on Friday, December 16th [Read More...]
Akira Kurosawa's 1950 riff on Japanese pride and deceit remains as current as ever, its clever narrative tricks as fresh as seven decades ago - in cinemas on Friday, January 6th [Read More...]