Cassia Morrice

Cassia Morrice

Originally from Oxfordshire, she has recently graduated from the University of Leicester with an English degree and has moved to London to pursue her writing career. Cassia is infatuated with film, television and theatre; storytelling and the exploration of society and human nature, but also all culture in general. Follow her on Twitter @cassiamorrice.

  • Movie review
    Timbuktu

    Timbuktu is a deeply interesting film that explores the barriers of language and culture w...

  • Movie review
    A Little Chaos

    A Little Chaos is a charming story of an intelligent woman rising to the company o...

  • Movie review
    Catch Me Daddy

    The most disconcerting and moving aspect of Catch Me Daddy is its title. The doubl...

  • Movie review
    Testament of Youth

    Testament of Youth is a beautiful screen adaptation of Vera Brittain’s memo...

  • Movie review
    Fury

    Fury is a different kind of war film. Though it does tell a story about a group of exceptional...

  • Movie review
    The Imitation Game

    The Imitation Game is a perfect example of the power of film. The medium has ...

  • London Film Festival 2014
    Fury

    Sunday 19th October, 7pm – Odeon Leicester Square Fury is a di...

  • London Film Festival 2014
    Three Hearts

    Saturday 18th October, 6.15pm – Vue West End, Scree...

  • London Film Festival 2014
    Loreak

    Saturday 18th October, 12.30pm – Cine Lumiere Cinema Sunday...

  • London Film Festival 2014
    The President

    Saturday 18th Octber – 2.15pm – Odeon West E...