All posts tagged Censorship

Clockwork Orange and the Politics of Art

It’s been 46 years since the release of Kubrick’s sensationally violent film, A Clockwork Orange, based upon Burgess’s equally strange novel of the same title. The book is a dystopian […]

SPA & Journo Resources

Are you interested in gaining experience within the media industry and looking for ways to get involved? Look no further! Read on about how you can get involved and learn […]

Citizen Trump

I woke up on Wednesday, like most of the Western world, with a dizzying sense of horror. Donald Trump was President-elect. The liberal worst nightmare, manifested as an orange reality […]

The Deafening Silence: Has Saudi Arabia Gone Too Far?

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is perhaps ‘the most violent and abusive of all autocracies,’ because of its dependence on violence and oppression against the human rights of its population. According to Ali al-Ahmed from the Institute […]

The BFI presents: Pedro Almodóvar

Pedro Almodóvar crafts films of wonder, displaying a mad world containing magnified emotions, dark playfulness and sensual visuals; in light of this, the BFI welcomes a celebration of his work, […]

The Porn Wars

And so, the censorship of the Internet begins. In a move to regulate online porn, rules have come into force governing what can and cannot be shown in paid-for online […]