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Documentary Corner: Sicko (2007)

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Eve Ducker review's Sicko and discusses how it's still relevant 13 years on...

Jesy Nelson proves she’s not the Odd One Out in new documentary

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Jesy Nelson’s documentary, Odd One Out, is a fierce confrontation with the cruel aesthetically driven world we live in. Nelson reveals her darkest moments during her journey on...

Review: Trigger Warning

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Jimmy Athey reviews the thought provoking Trigger Warning which is now available on Netflix...

Obsession with the awful: Our true crime addiction

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Amy Brown explores the reasons behind the current popularity of true crime documentaries....

Murder in the Mainstream

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Elizabetta Pulcini asks why the public romanticise the criminal protagonists of TV....

David Attenborough’s new series Dynasties predicted to be a ‘roaring’ success

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Planet Earth II was a huge success. Dynasties is expected to share the same fate. ...

End Game (12) Review

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Not to be confused with the conspiracy ridden 2007 Endgame, written and directed by professional nutter Alex Jones, this new straight to Netflix short film tells a poignant story...

Newcastle University hosts screening of new Netflix documentary

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Steven Ross reports on the screening of Liberated: The New Sexual Revolution at Newcastle University...

Blue Planet II: David Attenborough Dives into the Mysteries of the Ocean Once More

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David Attenborough could describe someone making a cup of tea to me and I’d still think it was the most amazing sight to ever grace my screen. The long-awaited release of Blue...

Francofonia (12A)

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Will Capuano goes back in time to Nazi-occupied France to review this documentary on the life of the Louvre art museum - is it the equivalent of watching WWII paint dry, or is...