Top Five Must-See ‘Coming of Age’ Films

"‘Coming of age’ isn’t just an umbrella term for drippy films caught up in teenage drama"
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The Making of Pray it Doesn’t Rain

Nabeela Zaman addresses the surge of homelessness in Oxford in her documentary Pray it Doesn't Rain.

Isle of Dogs – a minefield of toxic stereotypes

While Wes Anderson's trademark charms are present, they fail to conceal a problematic portrayal of both Japanese culture and female characters

Is Fresh Meat still fresh?

Seven years after its original release, does Fresh Meat still reflect our current university experience?

Netflix and Cannes

Was the decision to ban Netflix from competing for awards at the Cannes Film Festival justified?

What to expect on a student film set

A student set is an exciting and inspiring place to be

Finding the ‘Homeland’

There are questions of loyalty, identity, and ethics in this long-running show

Lady Bird paints a perfect picture of female adolescence

Exploring Greta Gerwig’s stunning directorial debut

Predicting the most unpredictable Oscars ceremony in years

The 90th Academy Awards features an incredible list of nominees, which makes it nearly impossible to argue what should or will win...

I, Tonya sorely misjudges portraying a serious subject

The Oscar-nominated black comedy pokes fun at a subject which is no laughing matter

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Rats plague St. Hugh’s accommodation

One student was moved to welfare accommodation after they found a dead rat on their floor in the middle of night

“The ancient world is a safe space for arguing”

Mary Beard discusses the Classics, political-polarisation, and access with Barney Pite

She who dares, wins

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‘A Star Is Born’ as Bradley Cooper makes an impressive directorial debut

"It's the same story told over and over; all an artist can do is say how they see it"

A look at the Cuppers draw

Cal Flintoff runs through this year's competition