Holocaust Memorial Day fell on January 27 this year: the day we commemorate and honour the 11 million victims of severe hate, racism and discrimination.
On the evening of US presidential election 2016 The River will be live blogging events throughout. Check back here for updates on swing states and student reactions as results roll in from Maine to Alaska. [more…]
Though the flower prints and fedoras make it clear that Selma, directed by Ava DuVernay, is set in the 1960s Alabama, the issues the film deals with are unfortunately ongoing. It was in Selma, where [more…]
A disturbing film representation of true stories, The River reviews a “hard to swallow” Craig Zobel film. Teri Dyer Some films are hard to watch because they’re simply awful, but Compliance offers a completely different [more…]
Study shows that parents funding students may actually have a negative impact. Laura Rietz Parents’ financial help to their children to get through university might cause them to get a worse degree, a new US [more…]
Biopics need a strong central performance, you have to feel for the lead character and believe them. Steven Spielberg achieves this perfectly in Lincoln. Max Parker When Day-Lewis’s Abraham Lincoln speaks, everyone around him listens. [more…]
Gary and Ryan Jarman reveal how The Black Eyed Peas behaved like divas and how after 10 years they’re still going strong.
Homeland’s back and after a teeth-clenching second episode we are left longing for more. Lily Kemp Series one was a raging success, it seems like decades since it aired on Channel 4, but low and [more…]