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Best Films of 2015

It’s been a slow year for movies this year, a lot of big films fell short of becoming a masterpiece. Some of the critically acclaimed films of the year such as The Martian and Anomalisa didn’t resonate with me. 3,138 more words

Film Reviews

Who's leading the BAFTA buzz?

Media agency Way to Blue have analysed social media to see which actors, directors and films are most buzz worthy ahead of Sunday night’s BAFTA Film Awards – and it definitely doesn’t match the pundits! 115 more words


Picturehouse Podcast: Youth, Spotlight, Dad's Army and Trumbo

Sam and Simon are fresh from the European premiere of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies to talk about Youth, Spotlight, Dad’s Army and Trumbo. Enjoy!


The Big Short

Smart, cynical but short of emotional investment

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Remember 2008’s global recession? Yeah kinda hard to forget. But could you answer  (honestly) what caused it?

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BAFTA Scholarship Programme

BAFTA is the British Academy of Film and Television Arts is an independent charity that supports, develops and promotes the art forms of the moving image by identifying and rewarding excellence, inspiring practitioners and benefiting the public. 135 more words


BAFTA Winning Composer Jason Graves Is Bringing New Depth To Far Cry Primal

Two-time BAFTA winning composer Jason Graves has been announced as the composer of the original game soundtrack for Far Cry Primal, the next exciting chapter in the award-winning Far Cry franchise. 314 more words


Baftas and Oscars: A Long Tradition of Trend Upsets

There is no end to the speculation of who will win either a BAFTA or an Oscar. While Bafta winners are a strong indicator of Oscar winners, this hasn’t always been the case. 2,739 more words