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Review: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

03/01/17

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is the most relevant Star Wars film ever made. The original trilogy offered audiences an escapist fantasy adventure in space, one that engaged with classic heroic concepts…
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The Internets Own Boy

From The Social Network to Snowden

16/12/16

How cinema shows the social evolution of the Internet. Words by Simon Chadwick. The idea that technology might be used to tyrannise people has long been a staple of film and literature.  George Orwel…
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Helen Pynor

A Vindication of the Chicken

15/12/16

A response to Helen Pynor’s work The End is a Distant Memory as part of No Such Thing As Gravity. Words by Grace Edwards. For chickens as food, see Chicken (food). For the broader species of which chi…
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Review: The Pass

14/12/16

This film adaptation of John Donnelly’s acclaimed stage play has Russell Tovey (The History Boys, Being Human) reprising his role as Jason, one of two ambitious young footballers sharing a Romanian ho…
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Infinity Portal

Understanding the Unknown – GHost Hosting and the formula for scientific truth

14/12/16

Ghosts provide the perfect metaphor to explore ‘beyond’ the world of human experience. But why is popular culture so fascinated with the ambiguous void between the states of life and death?  In her am…
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Review: Life, Animated

13/12/16

Based on Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and bestselling author Ron Suskind’s 2014 memoir Life, Animated: A Story Of Sidekicks, Heroes And Autism, Williams’s documentary recounts the Suskind family’…
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Tania Candiani

On Flying Machines

13/12/16

Is the history of technology to be intended as archaeology? Words by Federico Sargentone. There was a time when videos weren’t viral, a time when videos didn’t even exist. In that time, embracing the…
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Review: The Unknown Girl

12/12/16

Engaging and compelling, The Unknown Girl could be described as a social-realist film noir. Words by Chris Mairs. The Unknown Girl is a Belgian-French drama directed by the Dardenne brothers and stars…
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Review: Snowden

12/12/16

Having discovered that the US government is eavesdropping on the digital lives of millions of innocent Americans in the name of national security, loyal CIA contractor and computer genius Edward Snowd…
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Art and Science: A Harmonious Collaboration?

07/12/16

Can the two distinct realms of art and science ever successfully work together?  The exhibition No Such Thing As Gravity explores the relationship between artistic practice and scientific knowledge, c…
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