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To fall in love in just ‘One Day’: Review

"One Day, like Normal People, has touched me in a way that very few other programmes have."

Zone of Interest – Review

"His euphemisms are obvious, yet they are emblematic of the culture of 'seeing without seeing' that cast its shadow over the National Socialist period in Germany. "

Is it fair to still care about award ceremonies?

"I’m not quite at the level where I stay up until four in the morning to watch the Oscars, but I will, without fail, google the winners the next day"

Oxford University Short Film Festival 2024 – Day 5

"The Keble O’Reilly was yet again packed for the last night of what has, by all accounts, been a fantastically successful run for the Oxford University Short Film Festival (OUSFF). "

Oxford University Short Film Festival 2024- Day 3

"The turnout was impressive, and Keble’s O’Reilly theatre was buzzing as we waited for the evening’s entertainment to start. "

To fall in love in just ‘One Day’: Review

"One Day, like Normal People, has touched me in a way that very few other programmes have."

Zone of Interest – Review

"His euphemisms are obvious, yet they are emblematic of the culture of 'seeing without seeing' that cast its shadow over the National Socialist period in Germany. "

Is it fair to still care about award ceremonies?

"I’m not quite at the level where I stay up until four in the morning to watch the Oscars, but I will, without fail, google the winners the next day"

Oxford University Short Film Festival 2024 – Day 5

"The Keble O’Reilly was yet again packed for the last night of what has, by all accounts, been a fantastically successful run for the Oxford University Short Film Festival (OUSFF). "

Oxford University Short Film Festival 2024- Day 3

"The turnout was impressive, and Keble’s O’Reilly theatre was buzzing as we waited for the evening’s entertainment to start. "

Oxford University Short Film Festival 2024 – Day 1

"It is the first night of the Oxford University Short Film Festival, which features five days of screenings of student short films."

The Oscar Best Picture Winner You’ve Never Heard Of

"With the Oscar nominations for 2024 having been released in anticipation of March’s ceremony, it is worth looking back on a former Best Picture winner that has never got its due."

Rebel Moon – Review

"Call me cynical, but I always find reviewing bad movies far more enjoyable than good ones."

Murder is Easy- Review

"It’s unsurprising that the BBC’s latest Agatha Christie series, Murder is Easy, has managed to precipitate a full-scale conflict."

The Saltburn We Should Have Had

"There are few films that are able to generate as much buzz among Oxford students as Saltburn (2023), a sophomore project directed by Greyfriars alumna Emerald Fennell."

The Silent Boom of Killers of the Flower Moon: A Review

Minor spoiler alert for the beginning of the film! Martin Scorsese’s latest film Killers of the Flower Moon has reached UK cinemas and despite the...

Unveiling the Suburban Secrets of Desperate Housewives 

If I were to select only one show on repeat for the rest of my life, there’s no doubt it would be Desperate Housewives....

Feminist Samurai in Netflix’s new “Anime”?: Ōoku: The Inner Chambers Review

This review contains spoilers and mentions of sexual violence. What would society look like if three-quarters of the male population disappeared? Ōoku: The Inner Chambers...

Feel Good Films — British 1950s Comedies

When I'm shattered after a long essay, or brooding over the state of the world, or merely wanting to enjoy a pleasant few hours,...

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