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The Actors’ Chronicles – Hayley Mcfadyen

Often, we start to hear about actors when they are cast in a major role and their career is taking off. However, before this moment can happen, there are the years of auditions, drama school and a lot of hard work. We wanted to know about what really happens in the early stages of an […]

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music new releases release round up

Release Round-Up: Paul Bond, Billie Flynn, Ali Coyle & More

So many amazing singles, EP’s and albums are released every week that it can be hard to keep track of it all. To make things nice and easy for you, here are some of our favourite releases of the last week. Bringing you something from different countries, genres and styles. Sunset Blues – Paul Bond […]

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INTRODUCING: Cathy Jain, The Ultimate ‘Cool Kid’

As teenagers, many of us might dream of a career in music, but very few of us will already be well on our way to making it happen. Cathy Jain however, is an exception to this rule. At just seventeen she has already been gaining attention for her debut single Cool Kid. Written and produced […]

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Release Round-Up: Rosie Frater-Taylor, Aibai, Ellie Dixon & More

So many amazing singles, EP’s and albums are released every week that it can be hard to keep track of it all. To make things nice and easy for you, here are some of our favourite releases of the last week. Bringing you something from different countries, genres and styles. Bloom – Rosie Frater-Taylor Three […]

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FILM new releases reviews

REVIEW: The dull and disappointing Mary Queen of Scots

The story of Mary Queen of Scots initially sounds riveting: Mary, smuggled from France, arrives back home, ready to claim the throne of both Scotland and England. Hereby, she threatens the Queen of England Elizabeth’s position of power. Both are strong women, with tumultuous relationships with men, trying to fight for respect. On paper, you […]

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FILM new releases reviews

REVIEW: The cheesy rom-com delight of Crazy Rich Asians

The premise of Crazy Rich Asians is that of anyone’s wildest dreams: the incredible guy that you are dating turns out to be part of one of the wealthiest families on earth and he also happens to be Asia’s most eligible bachelor. The film follows Rachel Chu (played by Constance Wu), a young economics professor […]

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REVIEW: Spike Lee’s powerful BlacKKKlansman

Spike Lee’s long-awaited new film, finally hit cinemas this past Friday and it has already stirred up many a conversation about racism and the current political situation in the United States. Because, even though BlacKKKlansman is set in the 1970s, based on the memoir Black Klansman by black police officer Ron Stallworth, the film feels […]

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FILM new releases

All the reasons to go to the BFI this August

Living in London can be challenging as a student. It seems as if your money disappears to nothing in particular (probably the tube) and at the end of the month, all you can do is live on ramen noodles and pasta pesto for a week. Thankfully, the city is big, and there are enough options […]

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NEW TRAILER: Barry Jenkins’ “If Beale Street Could Talk”

After presenting everyone with the work of art that is ‘Moonlight’, Barry Jenkins is back with his newest feature. Based on the novel by James Baldwin, If Beale Street Could Talk follows the story of a young couple Tish – played by newcomer Kiki Layne – and Fonny – portrayed by Stephen James – in […]

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Why period dramas are the feminist films we need

Period dramas are without a doubt my favourite movies of all time. I never quite knew why: if it was the costumes, the beautiful locations or the tragic stories that surrounded the characters. From a very young age, I was fascinated. I could lose myself for hours in the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Somewhat […]