Online Features Editor Bryan Knight Interviews Ruby Granger to discuss her meteoric rise as a Study Tuber.
Four contributors make their case for the best coming-of-age films over the last four decades.
A talk show surviving more than one season, in our current broadcasting climate, seems almost miraculous. Lasting twenty-two years is unthinkable. Yet this is the reality for one show – The View. In 1997 Barbara Walters created the multigenerational platform for women to discuss a variety of ‘Hot Topics’. For the past two decades America’s […]
On a bright Friday afternoon at the end of March, Nick Davies, the multi-award-winning journalist sat down for an interview with Exeposé Features. Davies was in Exeter to deliver a talk as a part of Exeter’s ‘Creative Dialogues’ series, in conversation with Honorary Exeter Professor of Film Practice and renown director, producer and screenwriter, Don […]
This past weekend marked the 20th anniversary of Sir William Macpherson’s report into police handling of the Stephen Lawrence Case. The report famously labelled London’s Metropolitan Police as ‘institutionally racist’ and set out numerous recommendations. One must reflect on the Stephen Lawrence murder case in order to contextualise the Macpherson report. Lawrence was an 18-year-old man […]
In recent weeks several critics of American President Donald Trump were sent suspicious packages containing pipe bombs. The apparent threat, made to the recipients, seems climactic of a global phenomenon that has been gaining potency over recent years: incivility. Floridian Cesar Sayoc was arrested after authorities named him as a suspect for sending the packages. […]
In April, Abiy Ahmed was sworn in as the new Prime Minister of Ethiopia after the forced resignation of his predecessor Hailemariam Desalegn. When Ahmed proclaimed that “This is a very historic moment for Ethiopia”, few could envisage the actions that would follow his words. In only a few months of his premiership, Ahmed has […]
The Rebooted sitcom Roseanne was recently cancelled by ABC after its title-star, Roseanne Barr, launched a racist and Islamophobic attack against Valerie Jarrett, Former advisor to Barack Obama. Barr, referencing Jarrett, tweeted “Muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby=vj”. The ape comparison is an age-old racist trope which has been used to dehumanise […]
In the week when Prime Minister Theresa May hosted the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, she was forced to apologise to the Windrush generation for failures in the Home Office which saw countless British citizens threatened with deportation. This on-going issue had begun months ago when reports emerged of individuals who claimed they had received […]
President Robert Mugabe, 93, concluded his 37-year tenure as leader of Zimbabwe November 19th. The resignation came amid pressure not only from the military but also from government officials who had begun the national impeachment process. The news was gladly received by politicians in the country’s parliament and citizens cheering in the capital, Harare. Zimbabwe, […]