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Steve McQueen may be the first black man to ever win the Oscar for best director but he has made a career for himself...

Instantly, you’ll be hit by how 'The Butler' is like the 'Forrest Gump' of the civil rights movement. It flies through the past 70 years...

After winning over the Cannes jury, chaired by Steven Speilberg, and being awarded the Palme d'Or in may, Abdellatif Kechiche's tenuous adaptation of Julie...

As it was only a few years ago, it’s likely that you’ll remember the events that 'Captain Phillips' is based on. In 2009 the...

‘275000 Britons go missing each year’: This is the first thing you see when you look at the ‘Missing’ leaflet that is thrown at...

On entering the Beneath space at the Pleasance Courtyard I was curious. The house lights came down and we heard a scuffle and a...

'Ali J' confronts the issue of the partition of British India on the basis of differing religious ideals. Muhammad Ali Jinnah was the founder...

A lot of words can be used to describe John Hirsch: Controversial, eccentric, original, intimidating, a colossus. However this is only half the story. He...

In the summer of 2011 the London riots shook the UK. This piece focuses on a boy and his mother who are affected by...

'5 Broken Cameras' is a documentary straight from the horse's mouth. Director Emad Burnat lives in the Palestinian village of Bil'in. After the birth...