JOSEPH POMP is a PhD student in Comparative Literature and Critical Media Practice at Harvard. His writing has appeared in Film Quarterly, Film & History, and Senses of Cinema.
JUNE 2016 | Film
Thom Andersen’s The Thoughts That Once We Had opens with a series of epigraphs.
APR 2014 | Film
If Broken Flowers (2005) was in a certain sense a distillation of the blue period that Bill Murray had entered upon teaming up with Wes Anderson in 1998, then Only Lovers Left Alive (2013) is a crystallization of how Jim Jarmusch has been subtly caricaturing his own boho persona over the last few years.