It’s 1815, the grass is green, the land is lush, a furtive glance in the haberdashery, is love in the air? It certainly isn’t for Emma Woodhouse (Anya-Taylor Joy), the protagonist of the eponymous Austen […]
With No Time to Die just around the corner, we’re led to believe that we’ll be saying good-bye to Daniel Craig’s version of James Bond. If he is to leave the role, he not only […]
I’m sure you’ve had some pretty dire Tinder dates in your life, but have they ever ended in an altercation with the police which left the officer dead and yourself at the centre of a […]
When Suicide Squad made its debut in 2016, there were few things viewers actually liked about the film. One, however, was Margot Robbie’s portrayal of Harley Quinn, the Joker’s insane former-psychiatrist and girlfriend. A modern […]
Owen Frost explores the success of Parasite but why it‘s progress for international films could be lost.
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before: P.S. I Still Love You is the lacklustre sequel to Jenny Han’s book series turned film franchise, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. What began as a […]
Girls in Film is a platform which advocates for and supports the next generation of women in film. Their mission is to bridge the gender gap in the male-dominated film industry by promoting and aiding […]
Matthew Moorey expresses his disagreement with DC‘s latest droppings in the Box Office – whether frequent lack of appreciation for women‘s representation is responsible for this.
Around 40% of domestic violence victims are men but are “feminists” standing up for them? Or have they hijacked the #MeToo movement to shroud their personal vendetta against men? Two explosive audios of Johnny Depp […]
Amid controversy and protests in its home country and buzz on the festival circuit, Sabrina Martins reviews the Georgian queer coming-of-age film Directed by Levan Akin, And Then We Danced tells the story of Merab (Levan […]