Prague: A Cinema Experience

BY JACK BAINES Whenever in a new country the first thing you are going to do is look for things to do, most of the time it evolves sight seeing, drinking, shopping or looking for somewhere to eat all which are great. The cinema isn’t something you really consider when your abroad but why not? […]

The Alternative Guide To Prague: BIO OKO Cinema

BY ZOFIA FILIPOWICZ If you like to think that your taste in cinemas is slightly more sophisticated than other people’s, I’ve got good news for you. First of all, you are certainly not alone. Second of all – if you ever find yourself in Prague, it is the place to get a little screentimate. With […]

DMU students organise dystopian film festival

By Beth Mosettig A dystopian film festival is launched by a group of DMU students at The Phoenix Cinema on March 17-20. The festival is organised by around 20 second year Film Studies students at De Montfort University. The course works closely with the cinema with the festival being part of a module for the […]

No Oscar for this sweet hell

Amina Osman reviews Home Sweet Hell Home sweet hell R(18), 98 min Available Online Bad actors, good storyline So it seems A. J. Buckley, producer of ‘Home Sweet Hell’ could have invented a good comedy drama but ended up burning its flavour through his choice of lead characters. Katherine Heigl and Patrick Wilson seemed as […]

It’s a hard New York for little Annie

Cherelle Cawthorne reviews how the famous orphan hits the big screen once again Running time: 118 min Certificate: PG Star rating: 4/5 star rating Director: Will Gluck       Plot Annie (Quvenzhane Wallis) is a foster child who seems to have it altogether in the busy New York but she is in constant hope […]