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Issues & debates BY Madeline Smith

Green is the new black: why has vega...

Anyone that uses social media will have noticed the recent tidal wave of 57 million ‘#vegan’ Instagram posts and bursts of the hashtag ‘#poweredbyplants’. What is it about...

Issues & debates BY Sam Corner

Written and Directed by the Studio

The fight for creative control between the filmmaker and the studio in charge is becoming a more urgent subject to discuss within the film industry. From the multiple...

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 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...

Fiction BY Abby Knowles

Beyond Expectations

Showcasing urgent work that defies the media’s description of young people as ‘snowflakes’, Beyond the Walls is a brave account of what it is to be alive today....

Culture & society BY James Southcott

The 51st State

Who would have thought, two of the most contrasting cultures separated by language, politics and 10,000 miles of ocean could together create some of the most innovative, thought-provoking...

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 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...