George Ward reviews Sufjan Steven and Angelo de Augustine’s album A Beginner’s Mind.
Call Me By Your Name
Floris de Bruin reviews Sufjan Steven’s single with Angelo De Augustine, Reach Out.
As summer is well underway, Danni Darrah writes about which books you should bring with you on your next trip to Exmouth.
Foreign Correspondent in Italy, Sophia Hill, gives us a thoughtful insight into the beauty of foreign films and film in general.
in the fifth of Luca Guadagnino’s six act opus, Dakota Johnson asks “why is everyone so ready to think the worst is over?” It is a question that rattles around your head with dread: surely there are not worse horrors yet to come? There are, and it has all of the operatic extravagance of some […]
There’s a moment in Juno where our heroine exclaims, ‘Dario Argento is so the master of horror’ which was a pretty niche reference for 2007, never mind the context around it. But now, eleven years on, there does seem to be more talk of Argento in the mainstream because, as is so often the case […]
Timothée Chalamet is fresh off the back of an incredible 2017 in which he starred in two Oscar nominated films. The 21-year-old’s breakout role in ‘Call Me By Your Name’ made him the youngest nominee for the Best Actor category since 1939 and third youngest ever to be nominated. Now, his professional acting career began […]
To say a film seems effortlessly beautiful feels like a backhanded compliment, but that’s exactly how Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me By Your Name strikes you. Set in the Italian summer of 1983, the breeze and beauty of the season emanates from the screen. The lazy days and the naturalistic performances of the cast make this […]