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Cannes 2018 showcases truly international talent – but where are the women?

Content warning: sexual assault It’s that time of year again, when the red carpet steps roll out and the film industry’s greatest titans, newcomers, and journalists step into the scintillating…

Oscar-winning Czechoslovakian Director Miloš Forman dies at 86

This month we remember the prolific Czechoslovakian film director Miloš Forman, who died at the age of 86 on April 13. Forman is most famous for his Academy Award winning…

A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place is a revelatory reflection on just how terrifying silence can be. This new sci-fi thriller written by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, with help from director John…

Swipe Left Swipe Left

Swipe Left, Swipe Left has just premiered its first season of seven episodes, all featuring stories of dalliance, committed to sharing experiences of “dating adventures and misadventures”. The podcast was…

A Wrinkle in Time

Maya Angelou once said, “the desire to reach the stars is ambitious, the desire to reach hearts is wise.” Following her fierce, critically acclaimed documentary 13th (2016), about the intersections…

World Poetry Day: Kayo Chingonyi

If you have ever looked on YouTube for spoken word artists in the African diaspora, you may have come across young Zambian born British poet Kayo Chingonyi. While sifting through…

Game Night

In the sea of March-released uninteresting movies, Game Night, a comedy-turned-crime-thriller, stands out. It is raucous and playful, without propelling into the typical territory of a Jason Bateman comedy– weary…

Wonder Wheel

Coney Island, once a place of great wonder, now growing seedier by the day”, can be read as a metaphor for the once lauded director Woody Allen, also growing seedier…