As part of Freshers Week at the University of Leeds, Hyde Park Picture House and Leeds University Union are collaborating to treat students old and new with a fortnight of outdoor screenings.
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Jack Denison reviews ‘News of the World’, a film following the story-telling, heroic , wanderer played by Tom Hanks.
Neive McCarthy reviews Netflix’s latest original film that follows a single deciding night in their relationship.
Alex Howe explains Gina Carano’s recent ‘cancellation’ and firing from the hit Star Wars spin off The Mandalorian.
Emma Rivers reviews ‘Penguin Bloom’ ,a film that authentically and caringly tackles disability in film.
With the biopic film seemingly on the rise, Hannah Spruce unpacks the consequences of making films about real people.
Need to shake up your watchlist and want to dive into some international (film) waters – Harriet Purbrick has listed some of their favourites.
Maddy Murdoch unpacks what life is like for a COVID Nurse living in isolation in a lighthouse, and what we can learn from isolation.
Mia Fulford gives us a rundown of all the best content coming to the big- and small-screen in 2021.
Mark Herman, interviewed by writer Jack Denison, touches upon the evolution of cinema, frustrations with the film industry and how popcorn just doesn’t cut it anymore.