Screen

Home Screen

Queering Bollywood: Industry Spotlight on Karan Johar

Even the most gora-est goras have seen, or at the very least heard of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, or Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham. Such...
video

The Sisters Brothers – Review

Based on the novel by Patrick deWitt, The Sisters Brothers breathes new life into the Western genre. It tells the story of Eli and...
video

Sh – aaaaah – zam!

As you’re likely aware, one of the most revolutionary, mechanically interesting, and just darn great superhero movies was released to cinemas this Easter. I...

Girls on Film: Sally Potter

DIRECTOR Sally Potter’s latest film The Party starts and finishes with a loaded gun, almost begging Chekov to take notice. It’s a searing, cringing...

My first game

LET me set the scene: it’s the mid-2000s and I’m in still primary school. My Blink 182-loving older brother just brought home a copy...

An Endgame in sight?

AN old Greek dude once said, “All I know, is that I know nothing”. You should keep this in mind as you buy your...

We come in peace?

WIKUS van de Merwe is a feckless upper-middle class (and human) bureaucrat concerned only with the 9-to-5. Wikus is also a benighted “prawn”, placed...

INTERVIEW: Ramin Setoodeh’s Ladies Who Punch

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...
video

The best film musical numbers

My parents have taken me to the theatre since I was a tot, and therefore a love of musicals has been instilled in me....

Local Look: The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum

With only a few months left at Exeter, I’ve been thinking about the things I’ll miss the most. And amongst the friends and societies,...