Joanna Hogg

  • Joanna Hogg – The Souvenir (2019)

    A young film student in the early ’80s becomes romantically involved with a complicated and untrustworthy man.Read More »

  • Joanna Hogg – Caprice (1986)

    Caprice (1986)

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    A girl finds herself inside a fashion magazine – Joanna Hogg’s graduation piece at the National Film and Television School starring a then unknown Tilda Swinton.Read More »

  • Joanna Hogg – Unrelated (2007)

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    Because it has no conventional action or schematic story, “Unrelated,” Joanna Hogg’s dyspeptic portrait of upper-middle-class Britons on a summer holiday in Tuscany, is the antithesis of popcorn entertainment. The guests, who span two generations, convene in a spacious rented villa equipped with a large swimming pool and caretakers. The movie observes their leisure activities with a chilly documentary objectivity.Read More »

  • Joanna Hogg – Archipelago (2010)

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    Deep fractures within a family dynamic begin to surface during a getaway to the Isles of Scilly.

    …As much as a downbeat comedy of bourgeois mores, Archipelago is a sort of claustrophobic horror story, set in a place of no easy escape. This is Hogg’s Shutter Island, if you like, although the madness is more discreet, in the English style…Read More »

  • Joanna Hogg – Exhibition (2013)

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    Joanna Hogg (Unrelated, Archipelago) brings her distinctly minimalist brand of comedy into the ultra-modernist home of artists D and H. This troubled but brave-faced couple have decided to sell their much-loved apartment, but as the sale begins to inch ever closer to reality, submerged anxieties, resentments and second-thoughts spring to the surface.
    Starring Viv Albertine, guitarist of influential punk group The Slits, and Turner-prize-nominated artist Liam Gillick, Exhibition is as sleekly designed and uncompromisingly arch as the house itself – the film’s commanding central character. It’s also a deftly observed comment on the uncontrollable property obsession that characterises modern Britain.Read More »

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