The Films of Joanna Hogg

Joanna Hogg functions as a director unlike anyone and is creating a name for herself as one of the best female directors working today. Her films angle into the realms of feeling meditatively naturalistic, emotional, and yet stirringly personal. She comes as a duel threat, whose writing finds a hard-to-put-into-words sense of emotional relation within audiences. Perhaps, as a strikingly emotionally aware writer/director, she is finding new ways to present contemporary personal life.


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Archipelago

Edward is preparing to leave for a year of voluntary service in Africa. His mother and his sister decide to gather the family together, on a remote island, as a farewell. When Edward's father is delayed, the unspoken forces of absence and loss bring the family's buried anger and repressed tension to the surface.


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Unrelated

Anna arrives in Italy to stay with her school friend Verena and her family in their rented villa in Tuscany. Her partner Alex was meant to accompany her, but Anna tells Verena (at the last minute) that he has to stay in London due to his work. The group is split into an unspoken line between the "olds," Verena, her new husband Charlie and Verena's cousin George, and the "youngs," Verena's two teenage children Jack and Badge, Charlie's son Archie, and George's son Oakley.


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Exhibition

An artist couple's living and working patterns are disrupted by the imminent sale of their modernist dream home. Directed by Joanna Hogg.


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