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Passages: A Windrush Celebration

The Royal Court theatre has announced a celebratory film festival to mark 70 years since the arrival of MV Empire Windrush in Essex in 1948.

States of Danger and Deceit: European Political Thrillers in the 1970s, a HOME showcase

Get political with the BFI's Who Can You Trust season, featuring a range of European thrillers focussing on the dark underworld of politics and power. In the 1970s, political c...

What to expect from American Horror Story: Cult

Now that the hit horror show’s first episode has premiered to its audience, how does this seventh season, Cult, – set against the backdrop of the 2016 Presidential election – shape...

Review: Belonging, the Truth Behind the Headlines asks ‘who really has the power?’

Belonging: the truth behind the headlines is a broad and objective look at one of the UK’s most controversial questions, namely, where the true seat of power really lies in the UK....

Documentary Review: An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power ★★★★★

The arresting follow up to Al Gore's 2006 climate change documentary is undeniably a one man show, but it's the wake up call we need more than ever in the era of the environmentall...

Review: Dispossession: the great social housing swindle ★★★★☆

Watching this documentary just one week after the Grenfell Tower disaster which sent shockwaves rippling across the country and the rest of the world, it’s hard not to be struck by...