The ground-breaking medium of film has portrayed countless visual stories of African Americans fighting for rights, freedom and justice in the United States. Films such as Guess Who’s Coming for Dinner, Malcom X, Selma, 12 Years a Slave, 13th,...
Adapted from Andre Aciman's novel, Call Me By Your Name is the difference between a lukewarm Americano and a coffee of your choice with a selection of hazelnut, amaretto and mocha syrups. It’s the difference between squash and fresh...
Downsizing, director Alexander Payne’s latest film, is an interesting beast in a strong body of work. Set in a near future, the narrative utilises the lofty concept of “downsizing”: the irreversible process of shrinking humans down to approximately five...
And the Oscar goes to… The Avengers?  The Oscars have had their fair share of controversies in recent years: first, they were accused of being ‘so white,’ next they were accused of being sexist, then they were (and still are)...
Period dramas are the pride of British cinema. They are addictive, entertaining, and oftentimes endearing. The servants are written as funny, the women seem to transgress societal norms, and the men are just adorable in their slowly changing misogyny....
Whiplash (2014) This film never ceases to amaze me; Whiplash will increase your blood pressure more than any thriller ever will. With unbelievable music to accompany equally incredible performances from Miles Teller and JK Simmons, Whiplash tells the story of...