Author: Stephanie Brandhuber

Stephanie Brandhuber is a freelance film, arts, and culture writer based in London. Deciding to ignore childhood warnings that too much movie-watching would give her square eyes, she went on to gain a Master’s Degree in Film Studies from King’s College London and loves discussing the artistic merits of George Kuchar films with anyone who'll listen. Other achievements include performing tight-rope in a French circus, successfully cooking a soufflé, and being able to do a moderately good Scottish accent.
Big Lebowski

Soundtracks That Rock: “The Big Lebowski”

From Kenny Rogers to Captain Beefheart, the songs create the mood in this Coen Brothers masterpiece. Credit musical archivist T Bone Burnett who had a gift for getting into the head of the characters. Like the Dude, this soundtrack “abides.”

"I, Tonya"

“I, Tonya”: 1 Oscar, 100% Great

Before reality TV, the 1994 Tonya Harding scandal was HUGE news. This buzzy film nabbed an Oscar for its novel look at the story that had all of America talking.