WESLEY is a haunting short film about the pervasiveness of American gun culture on young…
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The Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins Considering that the first two film adaptations of the…
Poetry often has the reputation of pretentious writers twiddling a quill in their study, brewing…
Seeing our most beloved fictional characters illustrated on the page or canvas is no surprise…
“I think we need to wonder how Wales is represented, it’s a bit of a closed network”: In Conversation with Director of Bitter Sky, Joseph Ollman
Elizabeth Sorrell interviews the director of Bitter Sky about this new film, as well as his relationship with Welsh film.
Elizabeth Sorrell tells us about the tragic tale of My Sweet Orange Tree that was originally written in Portuguese.
“Marvellously unique and gives a childlike feel to the production”: A Review of Jacqui and David Morris’ A Christmas Carol
Elizabeth Sorrell reviews Jacqui and David Morris’ ‘A Christmas Carol’ an adaptation that breathes new life into the classic Christmas tale.
While COVID-19 may have caused a boom in streaming and gaming, Elizabeth Sorrell asks an important question: Will the entertainment industry recover?
Elizabeth Sorrell shares thoughts and admiration for Tinuke Craig’s production of Sarah Kane’s ‘Crave’ at the Chichester Theatre.
As we come to the end of spooky season, some of our writers talk everything spooky and ghostly.
Kubla Khan – Samuel Taylor Coleridge Kubla Khan is a transcription of a dream-vision Samuel…
Elizabeth Sorrell shows us what we can expect from the first socially distant performance at the Chichester Theatre.
Elizabeth Sorrell reviews this harrowing adaptation of Jerzy Kosiński’s novel
Elizabeth Sorrell adds to the series of Literature Vs. Adaptation with The Hobbit.