It seems now more than ever, the film industry is turning to the literary world to find its stories. The big studios feel adaptations is where the money is. So, whenever I sit down to […]
‘It seems to me that some of us value information over wonder, and noise over silence,’ the children’s TV legend Fred Rogers once said in a 1994 interview with Charlie Rose. ‘You and I,’ he […]
A girl from rural Pennsylvania and her cousin put together some money to travel to New York so she can have the abortion her home state doesn’t give her the right to have. A sexual […]
With subbing and dubbing each having their merits, Ananya Sriram argues that the only language that matters is the language of cinema.
2019 was a great year for movies between language barriers being overcome and original films breaking records. And so far, 2020 looks just as promising. While the year started off with the wide releases of […]
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 […]
Leeds Beckett alumnus, Ayyappadas Vijayakumar, was part of the team that won an Academy Award for visual effects in the war drama 1917. With the Harrogate Film Festival, which is supported by Leeds Beckett University, […]
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.