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cinema Tag Archive

Documentary Corner: Bowling for Columbine (2002)

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Sam Slater guides us through the the story of one of cinemas most controversial documentaries....

Disney locks Fox properties in the vault

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Film Editor Elisabetta Pulcini discusses the latest decision from Disney to submit Fox movies to the vault system. ...

Is the future of film rated R?

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George Bell asks if the future of mainstream cinema is adult only...

International film: Mustang (2015)

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For this weeks International Film, Life & Style Editor Nimra Rafique looks at Mustang (2015)....

James Franco’s allegations – why ‘cancel culture’ might be justified

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Molly Greeves discusses James Franco's allegations of sexual misconduct, and when it is justifiable to 'cancel' an artist....

Marvel isn’t marmite, Scorsese

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Harriet Metcalfe comments on the controversial statements made by legendary director Martin Scorsese about comic book movies. ...

No, woke culture didn’t kill comedy

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Elisabetta Pulcini dissects Todd Phillips' comments about the limitations that modern society places on comedians and comedy ...

Film Society’s plans for the year

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Film sub-editor and Film Society big-wig Steven Ross takes us through the plans for the society for the upcoming year....

Review: Joker (15)

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Eve Ducker gives here thoughts on the most beloved and controversial films of the year....

Violence in film – and why Joker (2019) gets it right

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Film sub-editor Elisabetta Pulcini gives us her take on the controversy surrounding the years biggest film....