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If, like the rest of the population, you’ve blinked your way through summer, trying to remember if suncream even touched your skin in August; then you understand that 2022 is edging closer. We know films have done better than the forecast this year, as audiences scanned new releases like seagulls…


I’m a person whose developed ten years of my life through a social media app. In fact, we all are. It’s mad to think how you now ‘grow up’ with these social accounts, transforming what you used to be interested in, from previously double-tapping Kim Kardashians nails to saving recipes…


I felt the same watching the film, I couldn't connect with the motive of the women it felt exaggerated and a backwards reflection of empowering females!


If like me, you slept for a total of 40 minutes last night because of the anger, frustration, and terror in our city after the news about a young woman going missing at night in Clapham, then you may have also found it hard to get on with your day…


India has one of the fastest-growing economies in the world. Having never visited the country myself, I grew up capturing their fleeting lifestyle and vast religions within films. I was drawn to the chaos, the flourishing of life, of energy and disorder. Not grasping the poverty as a youngster, I…


Things have got hellish recently, so hellish that my routines are horrifically in sync during the lockdown. If I don’t make three cups of tea between 13:00 and 15:00, or the delivery man doesn’t bring an amazon package between 16:32 and 17:02, my world is upside down. I’ve replaced doing…


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Exploring an individual's prison sentence is favoured within documentary films. Whether it’s Louis Theroux: Behind Bars or Survivors Guide to Prison, we often drag behind a terrifying shadow as they tremble against a metal frame behind bars. …


If I received a chocolate bar for everytime people said to me, “I wish I could be vegan. I just wouldn’t know what to eat” then I’d be swimming in a lake of melted goodness in Charlie’s factory by now. Admittingly, I struggled to always find daily creative recipes that…


It’s officially the lazy season, prime time for people to sink deep into their sofas at the mercy of their television screens. Like thousands of viewers, I’ve singling out the golden films to lose myself in over the Christmas period. While streaming platforms battle to provide the dusty classics alongside…


I’ve been summoned by an intense feeling of Deja ve since Thursday. My eyes have veered towards the glass window as the quietness again looms across our city. Seeking the tweets of distant birds now fluttering on tropic lands, we Brits have bowed down to a shadowed and chilly version…

Emily Gunn

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