..set to become Netflix’s most watched show. This accomplishment is enormous, not only due it being a foreign show, but also because of its commentary on the link between capitalism, poverty and desperation.
The franchise has been forced to realise its misogynistic tropes will no longer be accepted
The new film changes the Candyman label into a generational curse that affects Black men who have faced trauma in their life under a social system that favours white people
Azeem Rajulawalla, BA History Image credit: ARTHUR MOLA This year’s winner of the big prize Palme D’Or at the Cannes Film Festival went to Japanese filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda’s ‘Shoplifters’, a social drama about a makeshift, poverty-stricken family relying on shoplifting to survive in Tokyo. The first Japanese film to win the Palme D’Or since 1997, […]
Wes Anderson’s latest movie is a rollercoaster ride to sit through, but a highly enjoyable one. By Cristiana Moisescu The Phoenix Cinema is London’s oldest continuously running cinema. It opened in 1912 as the East Finchley Picturedome and although the name has changed several times, the building has kept its Art Deco magnificence. The screening […]