Brains vs beauty: Love Island special

Brains vs beauty: Love Island special

Love Island has been the talk of the masses since it started two weeks ago. The show aims to help contestants find love, with the winning couple winning £50,000. When money is involved in a show attempting to help people find love, it is slightly concerning. It defies the main...

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Review: Isle of Dogs

Review: Isle of Dogs

The legendary Japanese director Akira Kurosawa (of Rashamon and Seven Samurai fame) was so obsessive about his set design that he made sure that any cupboard or wardrobe that appeared in a scene would be fully stocked with period appropriate items, even if the scene didn’t call for the cupboard...

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Review: Liquid Traces

Review: Liquid Traces

By Berit Barsch Berit is an 17-year-old German exchange student currently doing two weeks of work experience at KCW Today. On Tuesday, the 20th of March 2018 the Migration Museum at the Workshop, located at 26 Lambeth High Street SE1 7AG London, showed two movies about different cases of migration...

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Fire at Sea

Fire at Sea

When I knew I was going to visit the Migration Museum and watch a film about migrants I really had no idea what to expect and therefore was very curious and also a little bit excited. Since I knew that it was a documentary that we’re going to watch I...

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Fire at Sea

Fire at Sea

By Luisa Polch Luisa is an 17-year-old German exchange student currently doing two weeks of work experience at KCW Today. Fire at Sea When I knew I was going to visit the Migration Museum and watch a film about migrants I really had no idea what to expect and therefore...

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Who’s afraid of Julia Kristeva? New film by Iskra Angelova in the London International Documentary Film Festival

Who’s afraid of Julia Kristeva? New film by Iskra Angelova in the London International Documentary Film Festival

Iskra Angelova’s new film tells the story of a successful and controversial figure. A psychoanalyst, linguist, semiotician, philosopher and feminist, Julia Kristeva is a woman of many disciplines. The film is set in Bulgaria, 1966 where the Balkan nation remains behind the Iron Curtain. Kristeva, a young and smart student,...

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The Royal Albert Hall’s film festival celebrates the 20th Anniversary of David Lynch’s Lost Highway

The Royal Albert Hall’s film festival celebrates the 20th Anniversary of David Lynch’s Lost Highway

On August 1st as part of its festival of film the Royal Albert Hall celebrated the work of surrealist auteur David Lynch with a 20th anniversary screening of his pitch-dark mid-career oddity Lost Highway in its intimate Elgar Room. After the film the shell-shocked audience was also treated to a...

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Feldman Reviews: Logan Lucky

Feldman Reviews: Logan Lucky

Director: Steven Soderbergh Running Time: 119 Minutes In Ocean’s 11 and its sequels, Steven Soderbergh made the business of robbery seem like a multifaceted lark: part boys’ club, part performance space, part showcase for the pleasures of improbably smooth professionalism. The heists that Danny Ocean and his crew pulled off...

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Final Portrait

Final Portrait

Final Portrait Dir. Stanley Tucci Runtime: 1h30m Ah! What a joy it must have been to stroll the streets of Paris in 1946. The boulevards, the Seine! Jaunty guitars and accordions playing in one’s head. This is how we find Armie Hammer’s James Lord in the opening of Final Portrait....

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French Institute TV festival Totally Serialized presents Spin

French Institute TV festival Totally Serialized presents Spin

Tanya Kovatchka visits the French Institute for the premiere of Spin, the opening TV series at the institute’s annual TV festival Totally Serialized. In a world where reality television is currently reigning, with the likes of Geordie Shore topping many a watchlist, it is a relief to find a TV show as classy...

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