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By Alex Ostime On Thursday, February 26th, 2015
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Birdman Review

With the 87th Academy Awards having taken place on Sunday evening, I thought I’d review the winner of the most prestigious category – Best Picture. Last year produced a plethora of utterly brilliant More...

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By Hannah Thompson On Wednesday, January 14th, 2015
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Opportunity for students to be involved with the Theatre in the Rough Festival-‘Coastlands’ project

Here’s a fantastic opportunity for all you arty types to get your creative juices flowing, but be quick as the deadline is coming up soon!     Funded by the Arts Council England and The Hemby Trust, More...

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By Alice van den Bosch On Monday, December 8th, 2014
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A Bookworm’s Christmas Gift Suggestions

If, like me, you’re something of a bookworm and also if, like me, you always find it difficult to choose Christmas presents, especially for relatives or friends who don’t enjoy or have time for reading, then More...

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By Alice van den Bosch On Monday, November 17th, 2014
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Review: ‘The Imitation Game’

Alan Turing   Biopics appear to be extremely popular in the film industry at the moment with Timothy Spall as the artist Mr Turner currently playing in cinemas and the upcoming The Theory of Everything about More...

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By Thomas Edwards On Friday, March 21st, 2014
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Her – Review

A modern, thought-provoking film of modern cinema, Her is the product of Jonze’s unique screenwriting and the wonderfully expressive voice acting of Scarlett Johansson. Spike Jonze’s latest film Her, focuses More...

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By Hannah Goodwin On Thursday, October 31st, 2013
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1984 – review

In this new adaptation of a classic novel, Headlong and Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company present a thoroughly gripping performance of 1984. Originally a novel by George Orwell, this production of 1984 has been More...

One of many looks up from his pair of binoculars, Hanks' Captain Phillips takes another disbelieving look.
By Thomas Edwards On Thursday, October 31st, 2013
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Captain Phillips – review

Director Paul Greengrass’ Captain Phillips is another of his audacious attempts to bring controversial, real-life events to the masses through cinema, and once again, he has captured the tone nigh on perfectly. Complete More...

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By Millie Kidson On Sunday, May 19th, 2013
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The editor’s letter

Good evening everyone! As we are once again at the end of a term, I’d like to wish you all luck in your upcoming exams and assignments from all of us here at LSMedia! For those of you who have already finished, More...

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By Francesca Walker On Sunday, February 24th, 2013
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Liverpool Lift-Off Film Festival – preview

As a city notorious for its thriving artistic and cultural activity, Liverpool has been selected to host the international Lift-Off Film Festival from Monday 25 – Thursday 28 February. This festival, as the More...

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By Maisie Ridgway On Saturday, February 23rd, 2013
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Director Profiles: Wes Anderson

Wes Anderson, one of the few film auteurs of the 21st century, is renowned for producing whimsical and highly stylized films that are incomparable to the products of his fellow cohorts. Anderson’s film career More...