Evie Hughes argues that the short film allows for more creatively liberating projects from filmmakers.
Overcoming Typhoon Hagibis through a Festival? Foreign Correspondent in Japan, Hannah Daniels, decodes Japanese resilience by looking at the Bakeneko Festival – held in the aftermath of Typhoon Hagibis. Typhoon Hagibis, meaning “speed” in the Philippine language Tagalog, barrelled towards Tokyo on the evening of Saturday October 12th, stirring winds of up to 180km per […]
Sofia Gallucci-Giles reveals what was hot, what was not, and all things at the Fringe this year.
James Wijesinghe reviews Poltimore festival
Olivia Reed reviews the first day of 2019’s Love Saves the Day festival.
Chloe Kennedy makes the case that the Cannes Film Festival’s regulations and attitude are due for some drastic change.
Zach Mayford, Print Arts and Lit editor, reviews the various events of Poltimore Festival.
Camden Town has always been a diverse makeup, a ‘hometown’ for many close and afar, a place which perhaps best demonstrates London’s embracing of the alternative. The commencement of the now annual Camden Rocks Festival doubles down on this reality, attracting music fans near and far to witness the best of the alternative music scene. […]
Warped Tour, the travelling rock festival that’s been bringing rock music to fans across the United States and beyond since 1995, is holding its final cross-country run this summer. Over its 24-year history, the tour has featured massive rock bands like Blink-182, Fall Out Boy and Paramore, as well as more unexpected acts like Katy […]
The economy of human hedonism; people pass in droves innumerable. They flatten in colour over the horizon as I look through the flaps in the catering tent where I’m working, with a longing isolation – I was in the Avalon field at Glastonbury festival, feeding artists bacon and making coffee too quickly in thick heat […]