Genevieve Yue is a critic based in Los Angeles, where she is also pursuing a PhD in film studies at the University of Southern California. Her writings have appeared in Reverse Shot, Film Comment, Moving Image Source, and Senses of Cinema.
Recent Posts by Genevieve
I love writing on Terrence Malick almost as much as I love his movies. As S. Brent Plate’s essay this week at KtB demonstrates, much can be gained by tapping at the cultural and religious roots of The Tree of Life. Perhaps owing to his training as a philosopher, Malick’s work opens more readily, and more…
The fate of an unanswered prayer in Brent Green’s Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then.