There is nothing particularly groundbreaking about her style of prose, and the subject of adolescent romance is a time old classic. However, there is something about Sally Rooney’s writing that makes it physically impossible to […]
After a decade of friendship, actor Keanu Reeves (55) and visual Artist Alexandra Grant (46), debuted their relationship publically at the LACMA Art + Film Gala in Los Angeles. As a notoriously private celebrity, Reeves […]
Ahhh here we are again, new year, same stresses; tis truly the season of questionable library outfits, copious amounts of carbs and late night cramming sessions. In an ideal world my down time would consist […]
Like most of our generation, I came of age during Marvel’s rise from the stuff of niche comic book fanatics to a mainstream blockbuster phenomenon. A quick Wikipedia search showed that the Marvel machine have […]
Despite its racy premise (unemployed Sheffield steel workers turning to stripping as a means of making fast cash), Simon Beaufoy’s production of ‘The Full Monty’ was surprisingly heart-warming and thoroughly enjoyable.
The original Disney production of Aladdin, released in 1992, was the first Disney film to be released which depicted characters that were not white. The film is based on a Middle Eastern folk story of […]
Netflix has changed the ending of The Notebook leaving fans enraged. What impact does this have on the longevity of art and its original meaning? In news which shocked generations of fans, Netflix have taken […]
Another year of award seasons has come and gone in a swirling haze of sequins and hairspray. This year (like every year) saw some really outstanding female talent – from the female dominated phenomenon that […]
In honour of Valentine’s Day, Hyde Park Picture House put on a special viewing of Francis Lee’s ‘God’s Own Country’. It is set in our very own Yorkshire Moors, where the earth is scoured raw […]
Hattie Graham reviews Boy Erased, starring Lucas Hedges, Nicole Kidman and Rusell Crowe.
The biopic really seems to have exploded onto the film scene with the likes of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, ‘The Darkest Hour’ and ‘The King’s Speech’ all snatching prestigious awards. It should then come as no surprise that another one is in the works – rising star Johnny Flynn has been tipped to star in the new Bowie biopic ‘Stardust’.
Are the so-called ‘Instagram Poets’ destroying poetry or resurrecting it? Hattie Graham takes a closer look at social-media based poetry and its effects on the long standing art form.