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Poor Things: Book to Film Comparison

Poor Things (2023, dir. Yorgos Lanthimos) has been taking the world by storm, but many are unaware it is an adaptation of Alasdair Gray’s 1992 novel of the same name…

In Defence of Sofia Coppola

With the upcoming release of ‘Priscilla,’ the topic of Sofia Coppola graces the spotlight once again. Perhaps you are a sceptic, due to Coppola’s romanticisation of age gap relationships in…

The Filmhouse can be saved, but it needs your help!

A year ago, our beloved Filmhouse was closed as its parent company, The Centre for the Moving Image (CMI), went into administration. It was also the home of the Edinburgh…

A Love Letter to F.R.I.E.N.D.S

For almost three decades, Friends has stood the test of time. The beloved sitcom is often underestimated; yet the recent tragic passing of Matthew Perry and the clear impact he…

Remembering Matthew Perry, 1969-2023

Amongst a talented ensemble, Friends’ youngest star — the actor and activist Matthew Perry, who has died at his Los Angeles home, aged 54 — was the first among equals.…

Awards Season 2023: What Films to Keep Your Eye on

As The Gotham Film & Media Institute announced their nominees for their 33rd Annual Gotham Awards, this year’s awards season has officially begun. Here are the most anticipated movies among…

Is Social Realism a Dead Genre?

Social realism is a gritty cinematic style which throws you right into the lives of ‘ordinary’ individuals. The tradition of social realism in film has been sustained since the early…

The anatomy of longing: my favourite film genre

We live in a world where constant stimulation exists at the tip of our fingers (provided said fingers are attached to a smartphone). Bored? Watch some Netflix. Don’t want to…