Severine is a film studies academic and veteran of three Edinburgh International Film Festivals. She enjoys classic Hollywood re-releases, the occasional gonzo art piece (Chelsea Girls with dual 16mm projection!), the cinema of France and the Middle East, and watching stars cry for their Oscar. She has written for Scope: the online journal of film studies and The Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance. Her favourite film of all time is John Schlesinger's Darling (1965) with Julie Christie, Dirk Bogarde and Laurence Harvey--still a great example of how a film can ooze both style and substance. Originally from Canada, but has lived in Scotland since 2001.
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