Farah Cheded

Farah Cheded is a Senior Contributor at Film School Rejects. Outside of FSR, she can be found having epiphanies about Martin Scorsese movies here and reviewing Columbo episodes here.
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Yorgos Lanthimos Gets Even Weirder with Anti-Doppelgänger Short ‘Nimic’

By Farah Cheded 

The director of ‘The Favourite’ ruminates on his favorite theme in this eerie short film starring Matt Dillon.

Another Round

‘Another Round’ Can’t Escape Its Own Hangover

By Farah Cheded 

Despite an intoxicating performance from Mads Mikkelsen, the novelty of the film’s provocative premise soon fizzles out.

Dafoe Siberia Abel Ferrara

With ‘Siberia,’ Abel Ferrara Pushes New Boundaries

By Farah Cheded 

Willem Dafoe is in his element in cult director Abel Ferrara’s nightmarish, experimental journey into the subconscious.

Badlands Terrence Malick Sky

Style is Substance in ‘Badlands’

By Farah Cheded 

An exploration of how the visuals of Terrence Malick’s debut paint the dream world Kit and Holly are chasing.

Rewind Breakout Performances

The Breakout Performances of 2019

By Farah Cheded 

With these rising talents on the horizon, the future looks very bright indeed.

Transparent Finale

‘Transparent’ Review: The Series Finale Is Characteristically Chaotic

By Farah Cheded 

In trading dialogue for lyrics, ‘Transparent’ both profits and loses. Our take:

Varda By Agnès

‘Varda by Agnès’ Is A Fittingly Bittersweet Farewell from One of Cinema’s Greatest Directors

By Farah Cheded 

It’s impossible to come away from one of Agnès Varda’s movies and not feel your heart grow a little bigger. Her final film is no different.

Game Of Thrones Cast

What’s Next For the ‘Game of Thrones’ Cast

By Farah Cheded 

Now that our watch has ended, we can look forward to seeing our favorite Game of Thrones cast-members in all these exciting future projects.

Game Of Thrones Cast

The Best of the ‘Game of Thrones’ Cast Elsewhere

By Farah Cheded 

With the end of Game of Thrones finally within sight, we recommend the cast’s best work elsewhere, plus where to find it