Lucy Goldsmith

Arts Editor, writer and illustrator

Location icon United Kingdom

Graduate with a BA in History and English from the University of Exeter.
Specialising in writing about the arts, from film reviews to artist interviews. Freelance illustration and fine art for private clients.
Film Reviewer for Rushes, 2016.
Writer and Editor for the Arts at the Falmouth Anchor, 2015-2016.

The Falmouth anchor
Interview: Yoli Ward-Streeter

Our Arts Editor (Print), Lucy Goldsmith, and photographer, Hattie Ellis, visited the studio of Falmouth student Yoli Ward-Streeter to talk Quentin Blake, exposure, and the ethics of politicised art. We started the interview looking at her most recent work, 'Let Nature Take its Course It 's nice to be able to interact with the artists on such a close level like that which is what works really well about the fairs.

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Inside the artistic world of Jessica Meyrick

Firstly, how are you enjoying being a Falmouth student? As you're incredibly unique in that you got married in your second year, how are you juggling that dynamic with student life? What mediums do you work with? And how would you describe your themes and subject matter? Does it come easy to you?

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From London to landscapes: Meeting artist Nany Crewe

Lucy Goldsmith PHOTOGRAPHY: Harriet Ellis To see more of Nancy's work, visit her website at Firstly, what was your time like as a Falmouth student? I loved being a Falmouth student- It was a real blessing to have people around me studying what they loved and being passionate and supportive.

Rushes Magazine
10 Cloverfield Lane (2016)

Smugly billed as the ‘blood relative’ of sci-fi staple Cloverfield (2008), the directorial debut 10 Cloverfield Lane for Dan Trachtenberg hit cinemas in much the same way of its proudly-touted predecessor. This is thanks once again to the marketing strategies of J.J. Abrams. However, despite taking place in the same universe it would be a mistake to bill 10 Cloverfield Lane as a sequel. Instead it provides an unexpected experience, for on setting its audience up for an alien-heavy romp it...

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The Witch (2016)

Going into The Witch, one expects yet another Crucible-esque 'Old England folk tale' rehash with seen-before horror elements. Coming out of the cinema, first-time director Robert Eggers' immersive transportation into a paranoia-saturated situation will linger in the shadows of the mind.

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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016)

(Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, 2016 - Lionsgate) "It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune"... would be the type of person to re-hash a Jane Austen novel by adding zombies.

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Film Review: Moonstruck

Italian-American charisma - or is it campiness? - floods this six-time Oscar nominated romantic comedy from the 80s about the cosmic draw of love, bathing otherwise average domestic scenes of family life in New York's winter in a silvery -and cosy - charm.