Music Editor Bridie Adams reviews the hit musical, Hamilton, and the experience of viewing it from the comfort of your own home.
Ariane Joudrey discusses the implications that streaming theatrical productions may have on the experience of the viewer and how this may influence the way in which people respond the the return of live theatre
Up and Comers: Ali In The Jungle Print Music Editor Bridie Adams talks to Chris Allen of Ali In The Jungle in the next of her series of interviews with ‘Up and Comers’. With their new EP out, band Ali In The Jungle have recently been using their Instagram, YouTube and Twitter platforms to gain some publicity. I spoke […]
Amy Butterworth shares some of the very best Studio Ghibli productions now available on Netflix.
Tabby Burnett finds Amazon’s Modern Love to be an uneven but worthwhile collage of stories.
Max Ingleby finds Tell Me Who I Am to be a powerful documentary even if its existence raises some troubling questions.
Bridie Adams appreciates Eli’s adoption of classic horror tropes but ultimately finds it a confusing watch.
Following up from his stylish horror homage It Follows, David Robert Mitchell has attempted to transition into the neo-noir space with his latest LA-set pastiche Under the Silver Lake. After a year spent in post-production turmoil from a lukewarm Cannes screening, the film has been quietly dropped on MUBI’s streaming service day and date with its UK cinema […]
Since the transition from vinyl to CD, from cinema screens to TV, there has always been anxiety around new and emerging technologies. This can be seen even now, with Netflix’s rocky relationship with the Cannes Film Festival, and with more and more film distributors opting to skip theatrical releases entirely. All of this begs the […]