Dreambook is dedicated to shorter articles such as film reviews. It consists of three following categories.
The Book I & II: These sections offer random film reviews of both new and old films*. Whilst I do not focus on current films, I intend to select interesting films which allows us to see things a little differently. The article on a Polish-British animated film, Loving Vincent, has been published in the Book I. The Book II began with the review of Greta Gerwig's directorial debut, Lady Bird, and it is followed by the review on Studio Ponoc's first feature film, Mary and the Witch's Flower by Hiromasa Yonebayashi, the former director/key animator of Studio Ghibli.
My first response to much anticipated Blade Runner 2049 was originally published in The Book II. Upon reviewing, however, I have settled on the idea of creating a dedicated space for 2049. The article in question has been thus relocated to the page, 2049. A new review for this section is in preparation. Please stay in touch.
The Book III: This section is reserved for the reviews on short films and experimental films. The first published article is on Denise Papas Meechan's excellent short, Freckles, which was screened at Cannes International Film Festival in May, 2016, Palm Springs International ShortFest 2016, and Holly Shorts Festival in LA among others. It is followed up by my review of the Mulleavy Sisters' collaboration with Kirsten Dunst, Woodshock. It is a melancholic fever-dream reminiscent of Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar. My latest review on Amber Sealey's No Light And No Land Anywhere has been just published.
*Please note that the four articles on American Dream have been moved to a new section, The Promised Land, in order to expand on the original concept.