“Evil Isn’t Always in the Opposing Uniform” – Filmmaker Matt Kennard on His WWI Centenary Short Film ‘Hymn of Hate’ and Its Contemporary Relevance

“Evil Isn’t Always in the Opposing Uniform” – Filmmaker Matt Kennard on His WWI Centenary Short Film ‘Hymn of Hate’ and Its Contemporary Relevance

We interviewed filmmaker Matt Kennard to discuss what inspired his WWI centenary short film ‘Hymn of Hate’, the filmmaking process and the film’s relevance to contemporary politics.

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Fabric Love: Costume in Gay Cinema

Fabric Love: Costume in Gay Cinema

The role of clothing in male-male romances is very distinct. Annice White takes you through the how and why with comparisons between ‘Call Me By Your Name’, ‘God’s Own Country’ and ‘Brokeback Mountain’.

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A Star Is Born (2018) Review

A Star Is Born (2018) Review

Bradley Cooper’s 2018 version of ‘A Star Is Born’ co-starring Lady Gaga is “a strong all-american outing that is bound to get some awards season buzz” according to Joseph Wade’s review.

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It’s A Wonderful Life: The Truest of Christmas Films

It’s A Wonderful Life: The Truest of Christmas Films

Tis the season for a Christmas rant. Katie Doyle presents hers in the form of her latest piece: ‘It’s A Wonderful Life: The Truest of Christmas Films’, here.

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