Film Focus: FiveFilms4Freedom

The online LGBTQ+ film festival – FiveFilms4Freedom – brings stories from South Korea, India, Greece, UK and Canada.

Film Focus: Murder on the Orient Express (2017)

Kenneth Branagh’s Murder on the Orient Express is an enjoyable ecranisation well worth your time!

5 Films That Will Change Your Life (Part 2)

What determines the course of your life is not so much how much effort you invest into understanding it, but rather how you react to everything that happens, both to you personally and to the entire world.

Film Focus: Get Out (2017)

Get Out is refreshingly funny despite its theme and horror function. The more you watch, the more you doubt everything – the plot, your beliefs, their motives.

Film Focus: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014)

It is clear that in the 21st century, which is defined by largely expanded globalization and ever-growing consumerism, cinema is pressured to keep up to date with popular culture and either produce more of what’s desired already, or try to implement its own rules and influence the guidelines of pop culture. Consequently, in the abundance…

Big Little Lies (2017) Brings Female Power to the Small Screen

Numerous studies show that even today women are not only perceived, but also often placed in the supporting roles rather than portray one of the leading characters. Thus, male dominance continues to represent the norm both in film and television.

Why Christina Yang is the Epitome of Contemporary Femininity

There must at least a hundred articles analyzing what can be described as the most colourful character from Grey’s Anatomy – Christina Yang. She is strong, motivated, hard-working, ambitious, independent, and absolutely sassy! She is what every woman secretly aspires to be, even if her nature can appear cold and harsh at times. When you’re surrounded by…