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Pride of place: queer representation in film

Being John Malkovich (1999) Released in 1999, the feature debut of both director Spike Jonze and writer Charlie Kaufman, Being John Malkovich serves not only...

Paddington: can you bear it?

What's the hype? When I was younger, I loved both animated films and TV series. The X-Men, Green Lantern, Teen Titans, The Incredibles. I was...

Review: On Chesil Beach

If you’re looking for the perfect film to watch with your parents, this isn’t it. Viewers in search of a buttoned-down, subtly sentimental period...

Black Mirror: USS Callister Review

2017 was a year that seemed to resemble a bleak fictional dystopia more with each passing month, whether it be the President’s increasingly unhinged...

Brexit’s Impact on Independent British Film

After the triggering of Article 50 earlier this year, Brexit now looms over Britain and continues to resemble the most tedious and exhausting disaster...

Review: Master of None Season 2

Disclaimer: This contains spoilers, dummy! Also, as a white middle class woman, I completely acknowledge how my perspective and experience affect my interpretation of...
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Review: Lady Macbeth

It’s a brave venture of both book and film to incorporate “Macbeth” into their titles, but Lady Macbeth is a bewildering piece that defies...

Pitch Perfect: Our Editor’s Favourite Film Soundtracks

Copy Editor, Graham Moore’s Favourite Film Soundtrack: Moon (2009) Moon – the multiple award-winning 2009 directorial debut of Duncan Jones (Source Code, Warcraft) – is a veritable, minimalist masterclass....

The Force Awakens Preview

So all aboard the hype train, right? Having been sat down by my Dad nearly 15 years ago to watch the original trilogy, I...

Exeposé Screen Films of the Year 2015

Jack Smith, Online Screen Editor 2015 has produced some great films, and I have experienced a good share of fun with more serious fare. My selection...