Thang Tu’s highly original piece on why really Bill Wurtz might be more worth your time than a classics degree.
Alison Hall on the rather disappointing rekindling of the classic TV show, Spitting Image.
Halloween isn’t cancelled! Put the cobwebs back and don’t smash your pumpkins just yet. Ebonie Peters on the must see classic films for today.
Wei Kai takes us through the beauty and clarity of Zadie Smith’s newest essay collection ‘Intimations’.
Max Spokes’ personal perspective on Kae Tempest’s newest work ‘On Connection’.
Gracie Bolt reviews Rocks, a coming-of-age film directed by Sarah Gavron which has recently been released in cinemas.
November 2020 marks 125 years since the birth of the German composer Paul Hindemith. To celebrate this anniversary, a series of recitals will be held at Pembroke College, Oxford.
Interview with LDG founder Luisa-Maria MacCormack about art and gender violence.
Tariq Sinnetamby revisits Bee Movie, exploring what makes it as, if not more, enjoyable today as it was 13 years ago. Beyond this, he looks at what guarantees the success of films aimed at children amongst maturer audiences.
Across film genres, soundtracks shape and support the genre and message of the film. Film composers employ various techniques when writing scores, but they all ultimately create tracks with structures that grow and evolve with the film’s motifs.