Hi, I'm Sneh (think "snake" without the "k"- I'm not snakey though).
I'm a UCL Classics grad working in film PR, and fancy myself a bit of a film critic. I'll leave it up to you to decide whether I'm a good one.
*TNS Film Editor*
TV Review: Killing Eve (Season 1)
Complex women? On my TV? It's more likely than you think
Anchor and Hope review - boring gay representation is better than nothing
The river is a metaphor, guys.
Barry Jenkins' If Beale Street Could Talk trailer will blow you away
The Moonlight director adapts James Baldwin's stunning novel.
The 5 best female-led mysteries on screen
Sherlock Holmes has nothing on these ladies!
Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. review - a fantastically intimate documentary about the British Sri Lankan rapper
From living in a war zone to playing at the Super Bowl - you've never seen a journey like this.
The Breadwinner Blu-ray review - equal parts heart-warming and heart-wrenching
11 year old Parvana disguises herself as a boy to provide for her family in Afghanistan under Taliban rule.
The resurgence of religion in cinema
2018 has seen a remarkable number of films tackling contemporary Christianity.
Crazy Rich Asians isn't the Asian representation we need to see on screen
Crazy Rich Asians' depiction of Singapore erases minority and indigenous populations.
20 Asian directors whose work you should watch after Crazy Rich Asians
Some of these directors are the original Crazy Rich Asians.
The best films new to Netflix UK this September
Don't freak out ladies, but Noah Centineo's in another Netflix original high school rom-com.
Idris Elba steps into the director's shoes with gangster film Yardie
''I want to make a film about our culture. I want it to be real.''
The Happytime Murders follows in the footsteps of puppet greats like Labyrinth
Humans plus puppets = iconic cinema
Hamilton star Daveed Diggs' film Blindspotting gets UK release
It's got guns, but no ships
Blade to Black Panther - superheroes of colour on screen
It's taken 20 years for another black superhero to lead their own film.
Emma Thompson and Ffion Whitehead talk the power of listening in The Children Act
''All human life is there [in family court] - it’s like the Greek myths, every fucking day.''
Ian McEwan and the filmmakers behind The Children Act talk the challenges of getting serious films off the ground
''Emma was so perfect for the role that we probably wouldn’t have made the film anyway, if Emma [Thompson] hadn't taken it on.''
The Children Act review - Emma Thompson stuns in this emotionally complex drama
Ian McEwan + Emma Thompson = genius