Film & TV

Say his name: how Candyman’s sharp social commentary exposes the horrors of reality 

Nowhere near as sweet as he sounds, the urban legend of Candyman is rooted in the bitter realities of racism at the hands of white supremacy, birthing a monster and personifying the terrors of oppression. Arguably ahead of its time, the origins of the frightful hook handed menace stem from the realities of a history […]

There’s No Place Like The Cinema

By Harry Mear

I Watched All the Academy Award Winning Films So You Don’t Have To- Here’s the Verdict

By Harry Mear

There’s Something About Diana

By Bridget O’Sullivan

Downsizing the Big Screen

Can the film industry adapt to lockdowns and survive the dominance of streaming services in an era of arm-chair consumerism? By Harry Mear

10 Films to look forward to in 2021

Mario Puzo’s The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone (Limited Release: December 2020) dir. Francis Ford Coppola The Beatles: Get Back (April 2021) dir. Peter Jackson Last Night in Soho (April 2021) dir. Edgar Wright The Matrix 4 (December 2021) dir. Lana Wachowski No Time to Die (April 2021) dir. Cary Joji Fukunaga Dune […]

Sustainability in the Film Industry

It’s time to lift the curtain on carbon emissions and for the big screen to go green.

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