Judith Williamson takes herself to the movies, and this book contains the reviews she wrote as film critic for Time Out, City Limits, the radical alternative London weekly listings paper, and the New Statesman. This book contains her journalism, analysis of those times and her career as a journalist in a turbulent England with fierce labour relations raging, both in the NUJ, and during the Miner's Strike. The book covers most films on general release in these years, as well as esoteric foreign movies.
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About the Author
Judith Williamson is a professor, and journalist, and teaches cultural studies at the Maidstone College of Art. She is the author of two other acclaimed books on culture and imagery.