Arts Journalist Alison Jane Reid

Total 14 Posts

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Fashion Icon: Dress Like Ingrid Bergman For a Journey to Italy in Fifties Haute Couture Lace, Leather, Silk and Tweed

Journey to Italy, starring Ingrid Bergman and George Sanders is a neo-realism masterpiece of Italian fifties cinema. It is also compelling for the way it documents fifties culture, fashion and archaeology with unmissable slow fashion writes Alison Jane Reid.

Henry the 1st - The Hot History Play in Reading Abbey Ruins and the Inspiration for Game of Thrones

Henry the 1st is the forgotten English King, the inspiration for Game of Thrones and a thrilling new history play on now at Reading Abbey Ruins performed by The Rabble Theatre writes Alison Jane Reid

Postcard from the Editor: Afghanistan, Land of Poets, Turquoise Turrets, Talented Artisans and Girls Dreaming of the Right to Laugh and Play the Guitar

Postcard from Afghanistan - Arts Journalist Alison Jane Reid Looks at the Art and Culture of Afghanistan From an Artisan Fashion Project, the Storyville film Inside Kabul, Rory Stewart's Epic Walk and Grafitti Artist Shamsia Hassani's Magnetic Murals.

The Rodeo Review - A New Rebel Without a Cause

Rodeo is the blistering, biker and crime odyssey film by French director Lola Quivoron writes journalist Alison Jane Reid. The film made its debut at Cannes in 2022. Read the review in The Luminaries Magazine.

Andrea Riseborough Quietly Shines in Luxor, a Film About Love, War and Egyptology

Luxor, a film starring Andrea Riseborough and directed by Zeina Durra is an intoxicating, waking dream of a film about love, Egyptology and second chances writes journalist Alison Jane Reid. Watch it now on the BFI Player.

The Magic Review: The Crown Series 5, Enola Holmes, My Policeman, and Radio Memories of Horror, Honour, and Bravery from World War Two

The Luminaries Magic Film, Drama and Radio Review. This week, editor Alison Jane Reid reviews The Crown Series 5, Enola Holmes 2, My Policeman, and film and radio highlights not to be missed.
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