Looking back at one 2020’s multimedia triumphs, a brutally honest tale of British Muslim identity told across music and film.
The parades may be postponed, but we can still celebrate. Here’s our pick of the best LGBT cinema from around the world.
We reviewed Alita: Battle Angel, a film more machine than heart, despite Rosa Salazar’s excellent performance.
We review The Green Book and the road trip that established an unlikely friendship, despite a backdrop of prejudice.
We played a little game and crowned our own Oscar 2019 winners, pitching them against who we think will actually win this year…
2019 has a whole line up films we can’t wait to watch. Here’s our eagerly awaited picks, month by month.
Christmas is long gone, the new year has begun and with that we definitely look forward to what films are coming out in 2018; there’s… Read More »The Year Ahead in Film: What to Watch in 2018
We take pride in these LGBTQ+ film selections that celebrate standing tall in the face of adversity and prejudice.
Moving, restrained, and raw, Moonlight shines with the glow of a film that knows what it wants to say.
Looking back at Oscar’s night: We review how it went down in celebrity town.
Calling out the Oscars for it’s under-representation of marginalised groups and highlight our issue with their politics.