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Miranda Mungai

Miranda Mungai

Miranda Mungai is a film student, filmmaker and writer born, raised and currently based in London. Her special skill is being able to bring the topics of colonialism and feminism into every conversation, if necessary. She writes and makes films about issues she feels need to be discussed. Contrary to popular belief, her hair is not full of secrets. She is unapologetically crude on twitter @mirandamungai
Miranda Mungai is a film student, filmmaker and writer born, raised and currently based in London. Her special skill is being able to bring the topics of colonialism and feminism into every conversation, if necessary. She writes and makes films about issues she feels need to be discussed. Contrary to popular belief, her hair is not full of secrets. She is unapologetically crude on twitter: @mirandamungai


Articles by Miranda Mungai

Tarkovsky’s classic “Andrei Rublev” poetic as ever with DVD & Blu-Ray release

By Miranda Mungai July 12, 2016

One of Andrei Tarkovsky’s most lauded – and censored – films is now available on home media. Although long and somewhat tiresome, Andrei Tarkovsky’s 1966 film Andrei Rublev/Andrey Rublyov should not be mistaken for being boring. It begins with a comic tone despite the black-and-white colouring and 15th century setting, and has a certain resemblance to […]

Craig Roberts achieves mixed results with directorial debut “Just Jim”

By Miranda Mungai September 25, 2015

Miranda Mungai breaks down “Just Jim”, the directorial debut of “Submarine” star Craig Roberts. Sometimes enjoyable, sometimes tedious and sometimes downright weird, the film is a promising, if flawed, debut.  Just Jim is the directorial debut of Submarine star Craig Roberts. There are a certain set of expectations associated with any work affiliated with Roberts: angsty teendom, […]

Selling Your Soul: Film Funding vs. Creative Integrity

By Miranda Mungai August 3, 2015

Miranda Mungai explores the effects different methods of financing have on creative control, using Spike Lee’s varied methods of film funding as a case study. When attempting to make a politically engaging film about minorities and/or those who are less privileged, it’s no secret that funding does not come easily. For those who want to […]

5 important historical films that everyone can learn from

By Miranda Mungai July 6, 2015

Miranda Mungai discusses 5 vital films set in the recent past that provide a balanced, honest window into historical events, teaching us important lessons for our own time along the way.  Although ‘the past’ is a large period, ranging from one second ago to 1 billion years ago, this article looks at films set in the recent past, […]

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