The Red Turtle leaves audiences swept away as Studio Ghibli proves it is far from dead in the water
Yearly Archives: 2017
Canadian singer-songwriter Christina Martin chats to Rebekah Shaw about her upcoming UK tour, stripped-down shows, and the social responsibility of music artists
The University of Manchester Students’ Union’s Education Officer Emma Atkins considers the impact of the recent TEF awards, and questions the role of TEF in the intricate, diverse world of higher education
The release of the controversial Teaching Excellence Framework’s results shocked many, with only eight Russell Group universities receiving gold, although many have questioned the rankings’ validity
Park Chan-wook’s sumptuous take on Sarah Waters’ award-winning novel Fingersmith
We spoke to the Texan indie greats about Trump, ambience, and how you should never listen to anything they have to say
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The British people keep calling the government’s bluff, so why are they still going all-in?
Science & Technology Editor, Georgie Hines, sits down with Planet Earth II producer Chadden Hunter to discuss conservation, the challenges of nature filmmaking, and what’s in store next
Laura Joyce takes a look at the photobook curated by Charlotte Jansen, Girl on Girl
A stroke of genius by Barratt and Farnaby, Mindhorn is an outrageously silly, yet original and witty romp which will have you quoting it for days
Jamie McEvoy outlines his top picks on Netflix, as of spring 2017