All articles by Becca Voelcker

Features

Staying with the trouble: the ending of Wanda

Barbara Loden’s tough, unsentimental 1970 portrait of a woman adrift in the industrial heartlands of the north-eastern United States rejects the glib comforts of narrative closure.

By Becca Voelcker

Staying with the trouble: the ending of Wanda
Reviews

Sabaya documents the dangerous rescue of enslaved Yazidi women

By Becca Voelcker

Sabaya documents the dangerous rescue of enslaved Yazidi women
Festivals

In Front of Your Face finds beauty in its impermanent immediacy

By Becca Voelcker

In Front of Your Face finds beauty in its impermanent immediacy
Festivals

Drive My Car takes a meditative trip down memory lane

By Becca Voelcker

Drive My Car takes a meditative trip down memory lane
Festivals

Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy spins yarns of connection and coincidence in the conditional tense

By Becca Voelcker

Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy spins yarns of connection and coincidence in the conditional tense
News

Documentary rides the storm at Yamagata 2019

By Becca Voelcker

Documentary rides the storm at Yamagata 2019