From throwback musicals to gritty dramas, stark realism to Chris Pratt, we look at what’s soon hitting our screens that the Academy will eat right up this time next year.
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What’s the Matt-er: Words with Feelings, or, Why English Literature isn’t the Only Kind Worth Reading
In his latest Column, Matt sheds light on why English Literature may not inherently be the best.
This week in film (28/12/15 – 03/01/16) sees plenty of Oscar hopefuls finally taking their UK bow and a sex comedy starring Alison Brie. You’re welcome.
Jamie Parker, Paul Thornley and Noma Dumezweni will portray the 30 year old versions of Harry, Ron and Hermione in the new stage play.
In his second column post, Matt considers the recent terror attacks in Paris and how culture/art can help inform our reactions to it
Eddie Redmayne returns for what could be his next Oscar winning performance, as a transgender pioneer in The Danish Girl.
A second sequel to the much loved 2001 film is apparently in the works.
Although Assassins is one of Sondheim’s least known musicals, this new production directed by Jamie Lloyd is sure to be a huge success.
‘We’ve had reactions from Stephen, Jane, and the children: they all felt that the world we created was very familiar’: An Interview with James Marsh & Anthony McCarten
Ben Robins talked to director James Marsh and script writer Antony McCarten about their next release The Theory of Everything, which follows Stephen Hawking’s life.
The 38th annual award ceremony has revealed 2014’s winners.
Noah is an undeniably odd hybrid of a film, but its a rich, potent piece of work if approached on its own terms.
As we reach the new year, we look back at the movies that made 2013 a great year for cinema.
Performing arts societies from University of Southampton have been nominated for an impressive amount of awards.