Introducing Chris Palazzolo’s Teasing Threads – Sundry Film and Literary Criticism

Teasing Threads – Sundry Film and Literary Criticism: Red Dirt Talking by Jacqueline Wright
Teasing Threads – Sundry Film and Literary Criticism: American Hustle
Teasing Threads – Sundry Film and Literary Criticism: Annette Haywood-Carter’s Savannah
Teasing Threads – Sundry Film and Literary Criticism: Ivan Sen’s Mystery Road
Teasing Threads – Sundry Film and Literary Criticism: The Animated Movie

Teasing Threads – Sundry Film and Literary Criticism: Sophia Coppola’s The Bling Ring
Teasing Threads – Sundry Film and Literary Criticism: Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin

Chris Palazzolo
Chris Palazzolo

Rochford Street Review is pleased to announce that Perth poet, novelist, radio presenter and video store manager, Chris Palazzolo has agreed to write a fortnightly column. Chris’ column, to be called Teasing Threads – Sundry Film and Literary Criticism, will take a look back (in most cases) to a film or a book and look to “tease out” particular elements in order to make an observation about our culture. Chris’ pieces will not be “reviews” in the strict sense of the word rather more like “little essays” modelled, a little like the short semiotic pieces in Roland Barthes’ Mythologies. His first piece published today is on Sofia Coppola’s 2013 film The Bling Ring.

It is hoped that over the next few months many little windows will be opened onto aspects of our culture – stay tuned.

If you want to find out a little more about Chris you can read an interview with him here: http://www.regimebooks.com.au/chris-palazzolo-talks-life-and-poetry-with-regime-books/

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