Help! I Don’t Want To Be Homeless: Graduate Version

The idea of home, of shelter and safety, is one of the most basic human needs. Leaving home is a major step in the process of growing up and, for most people, it comes when they move to university. A whole lot of responsibilities meet you at university, which is why for many people, after […]Read More

Malaysian Government Rules Mandatory License On Filmmaking

A new law about filmmaking in Malaysia was announced last Thursday by the Minister for Communications and Multimedia, Saifuddin Abdullah. He stated that “no one can participate in any film production, distribution or broadcast activities or any combination of these activities unless a licence is issued authorising the person to do so.” Besides the possibly […]Read More

Five Classic ’90s Shows That Are Still Relevant Today

During the COVID-19 lockdown we all did our best to stay safe and stay sane, despite being trapped in the confines of our homes. A significant part of that, for me, was spending hours and hours binge-watching TV. This was the perfect time to settle down and watch those ’classic’ shows that I’ve been wanting […]Read More

Viola Davis regrets starring in ’The Help’

In a recent interview accompanying her cover photo shoot for Vanity Fair, Viola Davis elaborated on why she feels like she “betrayed herself” by starring in The Help. The 2011 film, based on the novel of the same title by Kathryn Stockett, has recently became the most viewed film on Netflix. It follows the story […]Read More

Theatre News: Scene Change Project Wraps Empty Theatres In Pink

A group of stage designers have launched a project called ‘Scene Change’, which involves wrapping empty venues in bright pink barrier tape reading “Missing Live Theatre” to bring a message of hope. They are also working to raise awareness surrounding the industry’s crisis, which does not just disappear with the first sign of restrictions being […]Read More

First Look at Emma Mackey in French Period Drama ‘Eiffel’

A passion strong enough to forever change the Paris skyline… After a three month hiatus caused by the COVID-19 lockdown in France, Eiffel’s cast and crew have finally returned to the set. The romantic costume drama, which stars Emma Mackey, tells the story surrounding the creation of the most famous landmark in the French capital. […]Read More

Trailer released for space animation ‘Over The Moon’

Coming to Netflix this autumn, this new animated musical directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Glen Keane has taken my breath away with the first trailer. Inspired by the Chinese myth of the Moon Goddess Chang’e and with music by Steven Price, this feature film looks like just the kind of thing I would like my future […]Read More