Australian author A.S Chung believes that: Pride should be a part of every child’s life to en- sure they approach their society and community as an accepting adult. They pave the way for tolerance for the generations to come. So she…
Dubbed as one of the countries best small festivals, Blissfields 2014 certainly did not disappoint. It is intimate and relaxed, but still with a broad variety of activities and a lively festival atmosphere for those who want it. Despite rain dampening…
Blissfields proud to announce the return of their independent film festival.
The Tate Modern has showcased, and organised, an exhibition that charts Matisse’s final years. Our review by Simon Columb.
We saw the first 30 mins of The Amazing Spider-man. This is what we thought.
Our review of Spike Jonze’s Oscar nominated Her.
Twelve Years a Slave is one of the most important films of the 21st Century – read our review.
From the makers of Broadchurch comes The Tunnel a smart, stylish and thoroughly European take on the murder mystery.
One of the best mini-series to be released this year The Escape Artist will take you on a rollercoaster of emotions; well acted with a brilliantly twisted plot it’s well worth catching up on.
In celebration of the release of The Bling Ring , we thought we’d put together some morphing images of our favourite actors and actresses and the famous biopic parts they’ve played: