Natalie Pramuk reviews Damon Gameau’s love letter to his daughter while discussing some of the film’s solutions to the climate crisis.
Will Thornton recommends Kurosawa’s four-hour-long masterpiece for this month’s international film spotlight.
Niamh Walsh discusses Hollywood’s problematic ‘white saviour narrative’ which upholds white supremacy and colonialist ideals.
Print Music Editor Bridie Adams discusses success in La La Land and the film’s heartbreaking ending.
Print Screen Editor Francesca Sylph shares 5 documentaries to aid you on your anti-racism journey.
Print Screen Editor Francesca Sylph shares what she considers to be essential viewing for supporting, uplifting and understanding black stories.
Freda Worrell explains why Gnomeo and Juliet is the best adaptation of ‘Romeo & Juliet’.
Isabelle Gray outlines and explores Harvey Weinstein’s timeline of abuse Trigger Warning: Sexual abuse As reported in the Guardian, the once legendary figure in the film industry, Harvey Weinstein, was convicted to 23 years in prison over charges of rape and sexual abuse. The cases and his conviction created a conversation that demanded an end […]
In their own words, a few of Exeter’s societies for film fans explain why you should sign up this year. 007 Society Good evening Exeter, we’ve been expecting you. The 007 Society is the perfect place for James Bond fans of all shapes, sizes, colours, and creeds. Whether you’re a double-oh expert or you just like Daniel […]
Exeter’s Streatham campus has a university cinema. When looking, rather enviously, at the listings for this upcoming term, I was pleasantly surprised to find that there was such a good range of options. Although Captain America: Civil War passes dubiously, Finding Dory and The Nice Guys all pass the Bechdel Test, which just about makes […]