Leah Golder discusses why the publishing industry urgently needs to do more to diversify its workplace.
Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch and why there is still space for artistic films in modern cinema.
Edsard Driessen discusses changes in the cinema industry and why The French Dispatch was the refreshing film we all needed.
‘Ghosts’: A haunting look into the creative industry?
Florence Rolston Ashford explores the success of BBC series ‘Ghosts’ and asks if it is a reflection of today’s creative industries.
“I’ll just watch it at home”: Is Cinema truly dead?
Emma Dixon explores our modern consumption of films and the future of cinemas.
“Darker Forces”: In Defence of Unlikeable Female Characters
Hannah Jorgensen writes in defence of the unlikeable female character, exploring specifically Eve in BBC drama ‘Killing Eve’.
Francesca Lea discusses how books have become the nation’s favourite form of therapy in a stress-filled world.
Accessibility For All
Audio books have taken off in this century, making reading more accessible, dynamic, and immediate, but it’s nothing compared to holding a physical book.