All posts tagged yorkshire

Lean on Pete: A Touching Tale of a Boy and His Horse

One of Britain’s rising filmmaking talents is Yorkshire director Andrew Haigh, with acclaimed films such as Weekend and 45 Years, he has shown himself to be a master at realism […]

The Models Changing the Face of Fashion

Fashion bible Vogue, has faced numerous criticism about its lack of diversity. When the publication posted a picture of its all white in house team a few years ago, people […]

Lotte’s War by Lotte Moore

**An interesting and informative read about an infamous and dramatic event! ** Lotte’s War is both an autobiography and historical novel. Although short, it entails Lotte Moore’s life before, during […]

Is Channel 4’s Ackley Bridge helping combat racial stereotypes in Britain?

Searching for something to watch this reading week?    Ackley Bridge is a new drama that first premiered on Channel 4 on June 7th 2017, with its last episode of the first series airing on July 12th.   If […]

Review: David Hockney Exhibition

The David Hockney exhibition at the Tate Britain has been the fastest selling showcase in the Gallery’s history and displays over 250 works from his long, and diverse, artistic career. […]

In Conversation With: Pigeon Detectives

2007 was a productive year for music which saw the revival of the northern indie sound. Arctic Monkeys, The Cribs and The Kooks were just a few bands that dominated […]

Q&A with Film Lecturers

If I could tell you one thing about my time as a film student at Queen Mary, it would be that the department is fantastic. The teaching staff offer a […]