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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...

Arts BY Morgan Barr

“Men Writing Women”

The day started off with a table of nametags and a table of teas and coffee, all to welcome a small, but an incredibly impressive collection of academics....

Arts BY Lizzy Marriott

An Encore for Hollywood’s Movie Musical

Movie musicals are coming back to Hollywood with huge success. No longer are they relying on repeats or letting Disney have all the fun with animated children’s films...

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....

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...

Film Reviews BY Beth Sawdon

How To Be The Best Version Of Yourse...

Lady Bird’s charming and comedic influence warms the audience and brings the heart of the noughties into 2018. Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut, Lady Bird is a coming-of-age comedy-drama...

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...

Culture & society BY Sam Corner

My Love/Hate Relationship with Paul ...

From his humble beginnings with his first feature film Hard Eight to his very recent Academy Award winning Phantom Thread, Paul Thomas Anderson has become one of the...