For Mental Health Awareness Week, we look at different films and their portrayals of mental health.
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Writer Sophie discusses the importance of Destin Daniel Cretton’s Short Term 12 in considering cinematic portrayals of PTSD.
Following the early 20th century writings of Freud on dream theory, the similarities between dreaming…
Sophie Trenear takes a look back at the acclaimed actor’s glittering career, including films such as Donnie Darko, Brokeback Mountain and Prisoners.
Writer Lisa takes a look at the life and career of actor Tom Hiddleston, ahead of his latest role in Kong: Skull Island.
Writer Sanjay takes a look at the career of Dan Stevens ahead of his newest and biggest role yet in the Beauty and the Beast live-action remake.
In James Slaymaker’s latest addition to his column, he takes a look at why Jean-Luc Godard’s 2010 film is one of the most important films of the century.
Denzel Washington talks diversity, directing and performances in a Q&A about his new films Fences.
Writer Laura takes a look at the career of Peter Jackson, reminding us that there’s more than just The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
Editor Anneka takes a look at the career of the renowned actress, following her recent appearance in the Netflix series, Stranger Things.
Liam Beazley reviews Trainspotting ahead of the sequel set to come out this year.
Writer Liam looks back on the 2001 Cult Classic, which still remains maintains its surrealist perfection to this day.
Writer Sophie looks back at Martin Scorsese’s 2011 effort Hugo and defends its place as one of the best cinematic ventures of recent years.