This week, we’re putting the spotlight on films that deserve more recognition. Matthew Boden tells us all about Motherless Brooklyn and why it really should be appreciated more.
Henry Jordan continues his coverage of the London Film Festival with a look at the classically-inflected love mystery, Undine
Paige Insalaco explores the hidden stories and controversies surround famous artwork and evaluates how their mysteries make them increasingly famous.
Online Screen Editor Jacob Heayes finds Rian Johnson’s mystery to be a satisfying, devious joy.
A new play produced by Katie Jenkins of Exeter’s own Theatre With Teeth, written and co-directed with Niamh Smith by Will Jarvis, Sealed is an original play that opened to animated reviews in Exeter about seven strangers who find themselves invited to a house under dubious circumstances, knowing nothing of each other or why exactly […]