Venue writers have created a film list of some of the highlights of the past and present moments in gay rights. Cabaret (1972): "The diaries of Christopher Isherwood are like a polished silver cigarette case – beneath all that glitter and...
‘Ahead of its time’ is a phrase often associated with Midnight Cowboy; its depictions of homosexual sex, drugs and poverty made it become the first X-rated film to win the Academy Award for Best Picture, but really, it was...
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Review: Burnt

Burnt has all the right ingredients, but director John Wells leaves the oven on too long. The protagonist Adam Jones (Bradley Cooper), spends the film on the rocky road to recovery after having fallen from a haute Parisian kitchen,...
The Innocence of Muslims has sparked worldwide controversy. Venue looks at where the line should be drawn in films covering religion and politics.
UEA, it’s time to Netflix and chill, and I’m here to help you pick some top quality movies. You’ve probably exhausted your run of Tarantino films and Mean Girls re-runs on the site, so allow me to point you...
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mother!

Darren Aronofsky has a tendency to direct and write disturbing (Black Swan), polarising (The Fountain) and controversial (Requiem for Dream) films, but mother! may just be the ultimate amalgamation of all of the above. Jennifer Lawrence stars as a housebound...