Versailles End-of-Season Review: Intrigue, rebellion, and heartache

The popular BBC drama exited on a high this summer

Outgrowing the teen trope

In film characterisation today, art mimicking reality is not the desired outcome. Instead, art is used as a catalyst for wider representation, to inspire us to reflect on ourselves, to be better.

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Actor Profile: Tom Hiddleston

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‘Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again’ review

It's a film sure to make piles of "Money, Money, Money" at the box office, but will this sequel have you saying "Thank You For The Music", or reaching to flush it down the "Waterloo"?

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The summer blockbuster is back on Cruise control, as Ethan Hunt attempts to save the world for a sixth time

Daniel Craig and the rescue of James Bond

Daniel Craig’s tenure as James Bond began with Casino Royale, and the highly successful 2006 blockbuster proved a fitting starting point for the ‘Blonde...

‘Whitney’ is a documentary in search of its lost soul

Whitney Houston's turbulent life is rendered conventionally in Kevin Macdonald's new documentary

Redemption for the Fallen Women

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