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Film Reviews BY Erin-Mae Dyson

Why should we still watch THX 1138?

‘Work hard, increase production, prevent accidents and be happy’ Why should we still watch THX 1138? A film for Lucas film fans only or simply the film that...

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...

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 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 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...

Fiction BY Tash J Curry

Fate’s Game

“I want people to tell their children terrifying stories about the things we did for love.” – unknown This story your about to read is somewhat true; some, however,...

Arts BY Hannah Titman

Amsterdam Arichtecture and Street Art.

For my Neutral article this year, I have chosen to write about the city of Amsterdam that I visited on the annual Media Geographies trip in the form...