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The Rover | Movie review

The Rover
MOVIE REVIEW

David Michôd’s first feature Animal Kingdom was highly acclaimed, and The Rover is sure to have the same warm welcome when it hits the screens. Ten years after the collapse of the Western economic system, Australia’s mineral [read more]

Night Moves: interview with Dakota Fanning

Night Moves: interview with Dakota Fanning

Dakota Fanning is the lead actress of eco-thriller Night Moves by Kelly Reichardt, soon to be released. We caught up with her to talk about her role, career, personal life and what advice she would give to young girls who want to embark on [read more]

Night Moves | Movie review

Night Moves
MOVIE REVIEW

Night Moves is an eco-thriller telling the story of three young radical environmentalists coming together to execute the most intense protest of their lives: the explosion of a hydroelectric dam. In the northwestern state of Oregon the [read more]

Blood Ties | Movie review

Blood Ties
MOVIE REVIEW

Guillaume Canet’s new feature film, Blood Ties was one of the most hotly anticipated events of the Cannes Film Festival in 2013. This is the first American movie for the director, a remake of Jacques Maillot’s Les Liens du Sang, in [read more]

A Promise | Movie review

A Promise
MOVIE REVIEW

A Promise is an adaptation of Sefan Zweig’s novel Journey into the Past (Widerstand der Wirklichkeit). The picture tells a complicated love story that faces the challenge of time and distance separation in the Germany of the early 20th [read more]

V E N N – Echoes from Foreign Spaces | Album review

V E N N – Echoes from Foreign Spaces
ALBUM REVIEW

Echoes from Foreign Spaces presents a place that is not quite of this world; a kind of hyper-reality filled with endless highways, sparse, desolate buildings and perpetual twilight. Like the uncanny landscape of a video game, there is a [read more]

The Picture of John Gray at The Old Red Lion | Theatre review

The Picture of John Gray at The Old Red Lion
THEATRE REVIEW

Many already know the story of Oscar Wilde; how his life played out in an exposé of his downfall for acts of “gross indecency” with other men, but not many people are aware of the life of John Gray, a young man who briefly [read more]

Adult World | Movie review

Adult World
MOVIE REVIEW

The coming-of-age formula is a tired and familiar one. There are plenty of obligatory cinematic troupes it must follow: the protagonist is unsure of themselves, the protagonist lands a crummy job before major life-changing event, be it [read more]

Adriana Lara – Smoking Kills at Dairy Art Centre | Exhibition review

Adriana Lara – Smoking Kills at Dairy Art Centre
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The Dairy Arts centre opened to the public just over a year ago, and that year that has been fought with highs and lows. Contained in a renovated former Express Dairies milk depot (hence the name), the gallery recently drew mass attention [read more]

Suchef in St Pauls | Restaurant review

Suchef in St Pauls
RESTAURANT REVIEW

The 60s have a lot to answer for. The world is still reeling from the horrors of paisley, Coronation Street and tasteless pre-sliced bread, but its worst crime was the invention of “boil in a bag” technology. Pushed to the point of [read more]

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