February 28, 2020

I first heard about the Murdoch family succession drama on The Daily, where Michael Barbaro was unearthing the next possible CEO for the media conglomerate after Rupert Murdoch tripped on his luxurious yacht and was left immobile. A media tycoon, his company owns the m...

February 3, 2020

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In December, Australian singer-songwriter Julia Jacklin filled O2 Kentish Town with her enchanting and mesmerizing voice. Jacklin fiddled with her guitar, tuning it once she walked on stage, taken aback by the sheer number of people who had come...

January 10, 2020

As I saw Adam Sandler’s face flash up on the Odeon screen, my eyes just rolled back into my head. To think I had to sit through two hours of watching him crack jokes was nothing short of a horror flick to me. But the surprise film at the LFF, “Uncut Gems”, had me anxio...

February 19, 2019

True crime has left the jurisdiction of the courtroom and moved on to our TV screens. A surge of "adapted from true events" films about serial killers has brought to question whether cinema immortalises their heinous acts, or only does justice in depicting their fowl c...

February 3, 2019

Welcome to 2019. The year we watch democracy topple at the hands of the internet.

From reports of Trump signing a visa-free travel policy for several nations to pictures of the Indian National Congress celebrating their election win by waving the flag of Pakistan, there...

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