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Fiction BY Claire Jones

Fiction of Prediction?

1984. Freedom did not exist. Equality was scarce. Integrity was at a standstill. No, I am not referring to George Orwell’s famous novel. This was reality. Or should...

Culture & society BY Mollie Field

The Revolution of Virtual Institutio...

Citizen journalism (CJ) continues to dominate the contemporary study of journalism; its presence in the global media landscape is now prominent. Changes have occurred in the ecology of...

Film Reviews BY Lauren Curry

Whoever thought searching crypts and...

Many times, I have personally been left in dismay at the failings of a franchise, the cinematic 2016 release of Assassin’s Creed, is most prominent in my mind....

Arts BY Martin Hall

Miles, Malle and That Movie: Ascense...

It was sixty years ago today. Well not ‘today’, but in January of 1958 Louis Malle released a film scored by Miles Davis. Miles Davis was a superlative...

Arts BY Ollie Jackson

The New Hollywood: How the Asian Fil...

Hollywood, is the most significant film industry in the world, grossing $10 Billion annually. Alongside the $200 million budget movies, big stars, and numerous prestigious events, how can...

Culture & society BY James Southcott

The 51st State

Who would have thought, two of the most contrasting cultures separated by language, politics and 10,000 miles of ocean could together create some of the most innovative, thought-provoking...

Fiction BY Tash J Curry

Fate’s Game

Media & Technology BY Mollie Field

In our age of ‘data’, the importance...

At a time when data is thought to be the new oil, could the use of data for journalism be a protector of democratic wealth? Mollie Field explores...

Media & Technology BY Joanne Wardrobe

Small screens, big issues.

As I sit down to write this article, I am sat with my laptop open. My phone between the keyboard streaming the final episode of Outlander on Amazon...