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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...

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...

Film Reviews BY Philippa Dotters

A colourful, honest tale about pover...

Childhood innocence and wonder takes the front stage of Sean Baker’s story that homes in on the hidden homeless population of Florida, just a stone’s throw away from...

Media & Technology BY Molly Jackson

The Netflix Revolution: How a quirky...

Twenty years ago, Netflix was merely just a DVD rental by mail service. A crucial rival to Blockbuster, once everyone’s favourite video rental store that sadly came to...

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...

Media & Technology BY Roisin Mitchell

Gender Movements: Time’s Up an...

Social media has an immense hold on many people’s everyday lives, whether they acknowledge it or not. With generations now growing up in the digital age and never...

Film Reviews BY Aidan Dolby

99 Homes Review

Andrew Garfield stars in Ramin Bahrani’s gripping drama of greed and foreclosures in post-economic crisis Florida of 2010. Typically, Hollywood glorifies the American dream. Not in this film....

Fiction BY Catherine Giggal

Rome around the Italian Capital with...

My piece consists of three, short, illustrative diary entries about a girl called Jane, who plans to travel the world and visit every European capital city before she...