As Exeter’s first TED event had to move online this year, Elise Hamersley discusses the highlights of the various performances and talks given at the digital event.
Certain associations are damaged with overuse. School, awkward teens, the nuances of young social lives – perhaps it’s all been done before. But then comes Eighth Grade, breezily making those tired tropes new again. The hook is in the bracing modernity of the piece; the young teenage world it portrays happens right now, allowing genuine […]
P aolo Sorrentino has followed up the grandeur of La grande bellezza with a far more simplistic yet rewarding effort. Youth or La giovinezza is his second film in the English language coming across much better than 2011’s cold and inconsistent This Must Be the Place largely thanks to a more precise and mature narrative. […]
Exeposé is proud to support the University of Exeter’s YMCA society’s new initiative labelled #Selfieless to promote awareness of homelessness in the city. The campaign involves anyone uploading a selfie (with their face concealed) to social media, in an effort to boost funds for the YMCA, which actively supports homeless youth in Exeter. The society has already […]