Priya Khaira-Hanks takes issue with the extent of Oxford’s fictional presence.
David Lawton feels it’s time to reject Hollywood’s regime of systematic oppression once and for all
Ellie Siora on how innovative screenings must challenge ‘passive’ binge-watch culture, after attending an all-night Wes Anderson marathon
Stillman’s adaptation successfully captures Austin and puts others to shame, writes Zach Leather
Jem Bartholomew hopes Ken Loach’s Palme d’Or win can revolutionise our national welfare debate
James Riding casts an eye over the most ambitious films in Oxford student filmmaking at the OBA’s annual screening
Let's start at the very beginning...
Louis McEvoy discusses whether art is rooted in a source, or multi-faceted and accidental
Daniel Curtis laments the decline of the quality film poster, but sees many reasons to be optimistic for the future
Jake Kennedy identifies time as the common thread in Richard Linklater’s work