The debate surrounding cannabis decriminalisation in the UK is a precarious one. Panic around the associated health risks and the … More
The policing of Black women and their bodies in the sporting world harks back to archaic pseudo-scientific racism. Recent events … More
The Havana Glasgow Film Festival is the annual celebration of Cuban cinema and cultural heritage. This year, a spotlight has … More
In response to the lack of film screenings in the south side of Glasgow, The Southside Film Festival was started … More
David Freyne’s The Cured sees contemporary Ireland is rebuilding itself after the Maze Virus epidemic, and a military run program … More
Naomi Gessesse examines the delights and detriments of Wes Anderson’s unique cinematic style. Born in Houston, Texas in 1969, Wes … More
Naomi Gessesse discusses Black Britain on Film and the importance of archival footage in the representation of cultural history.
In association with the Grosvenor 2016 has so far been a promising year for children’s cinema. The new adaptations of … More