Screen Editor Harvey Isitt breaks down this year’s Venice Film Festival line-up after this week’s unveiling
Audiovisual Narratives: The Social Media War Ella Buckley reflects on the nature of both the social media and broadcast news narratives surrounding Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent invasion of Ukraine. In the 1960s, uncensored images of the effects of napalm and chemical agents deployed by the American military were all over televisions around the world, […]
Fight Club receives a new ending Amy Colwell discusses the ramifications of Tencent Video’s censorship of David Fincher’s modern classic Fight Club. The iconic 1999 David Fincher film, Fight Club, has recently been added to the Chinese streaming platform Tencent Video – but with a notably different, censor-friendly ending. Fight Club’s original plot drew to a […]
Archie Lockyer’s Oscars Predictions 2022 Archie Lockyer considers the recently announced nominations for the 94th Academy Awards and offers his predictions for the big three categories. It’s that time of year again: the time we all collectively gather around thetelevision to see what a bunch of Hollywood elitists with a flimsy understanding of film deem […]
Ella Buckley’s Oscars Predictions 2022 Ella Buckley considers the recently announced nominations for the 94th Academy Awards and offers her predictions for the big three categories. Although the Academy may not always get their nominations right (or their award winners, for that matter) I do love the Oscars and the awards season in general. For […]
Stanley Murphy-Jones comments on the overwhelming success of Disney+ and its ongoing expansion in the streaming industry.
Olivia Garrett reports on the latest Hollywood creator to be cancelled, Joss Whedon.
Page’s announcement nonetheless offers a glimmer of hope, particularly for the many trans people who feel invisible in mainstream culture
Niamh Walsh predicts the results of this year’s Academy Awards.
Caitlin Barr considers the history of awards ceremonies, discrimination, and Michaela Coel’s I May Destroy You