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Our Young Blogger reviews The Revenant

18/01/16

“I’m not scared of death, I’ve already done it”. Our Young Blogger Oscar follows Leonardo DiCaprio on a life-or-death journey. This is a line from the Oscar nominated and action packed film The Revena…
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#hashtag

18/01/16

"I didn't realise that the whole social media game was set up and real life was embellished by filters and well written words" - what do you think? And how does Follow address this statement? It was m…
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The Reverent Revenant

18/01/16

After what can be regarded as the mildest December in recent memory, The Revenant brings a devastatingly harsh chill to the bones, reminding us not only that it is winter, but also just how powerful o…
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The Force Awakens: Star Wars Review

15/01/16

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away….Okay, so it wasn't that long ago that is was first released and its basically been shown in every cinema across the world, can you take a guess? Words by Bet…
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FACTLab: Hope Sessions

14/01/16

Earlier this week, FACTLab hosted a series of art and tech induction sessions for a group of 40 first-year art students from Liverpool Hope University... here's what happened. The sessions were led by…
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FACT Wins the Lever Prize!

13/01/16

The Museum of Science and Industry has won the prestigious Lever Prize 2016 for a joint project with FACT, exploring the interaction between arts and science.  Now entering its eleventh year, the Leve…
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Review: In the Heart of the Sea

13/01/16

“So it’s true!” cries one of America’s most famous novelists. “Yes!” wails the wretched alcoholic he is interviewing. “Too much is true!” That novelist is Herman Melville, who gave the world Moby Dick…
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Review: A War

13/01/16

Is a theatre of war any place to make considered decisions or will there always be moral dilemmas and arguments in courts of law over orders given under battle conditions which result in innocent live…
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Re-Coding the Library’s Image Problem

13/01/16

Not too long ago, I took a trip to Liverpool Central Library to knuckle down to a stint of studying. Head bent over my papers, I was soon interrupted by a man’s booming voice nearby. Leaning back in h…
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David Bowie: Starman to Goblin King

12/01/16

Lets just get one thing absolutely Labyrinth-crystal-ball-clear, I love Bowie. But as a kid, I despised every atom of his glorious being for a very abstract reason; he was the man associated with the …
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