Frank Radcliffe-Adam considers the impact of Time upon a nation recovering from Apartheid, reviewing William Kentridge’s mixed-media exhibition ‘Thick Time’ at The Whitworth

BlacKKKlansman

Review: BlacKkKlansman

Attempting to trace the career of Spike Lee and his cultural impact would prove somewhat tricky to say the least. His latest film – The BlacKkKlansman – proves no easier. Lee is most accomplished for his confrontational dramas based on various societal issues. From Jungle Fever discussing interracial relationships, to 25th Hour’s evaluation of post-9/11 […]

Photo: Harem Malik @flickr

Review: Slender Man

One of the simplest ways to realise what you think about a film is to ask how it made you feel. In the case of this sluggish, ugly, and disassembled product known as the Slender Man movie, I just feel unequivocally angry. At one point during the film, I found myself demanding that it make […]

Bella Jewell delves deeper into the history and significance of Hardy’s Well: the soon-to-be lost home to Lemn Sissay’s first Landmark Poem, and the hub of a community

Tez Ilyas Photo: Gaby Jerrard PR

Eleanor Forrest finds out what it means for comedian Tez Ilyas to ’Teztify’ against modern day assumptions of himself as a Northern, Working-class, British Muslim.

Pin It on Pinterest