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Still Alice (2015) ★★★★☆

Eye-opening and heartbreaking at the same time.

Still Alice tells the traumatic story of Dr. Alice Howland (Julianne Moore), a successful Columbia University professor who is unexpectedly diagnosed with an early case of Alzheimer’s Disease. 209 more words

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Graphics project- change of plans

Originally for my graphics project I was going to make a booklet on The Oscars, since then I have decided to change my mind and will be writing about the BAFTAs instead. 65 more words

Creative Futures: Graphic Design- Dave E

Why I hate........ Award Shows

High-profile award show-season is in full-swing and after the Grammys, the BAFTAs and the Oscars it is now the turn of the BRITS to roll out the red carpet and welcome celebrities from across the spectrum for a night of glitz and glamour. 614 more words

Award Shows

Just a ramble, really

Awards season is an exciting time for anyone immersed in the movie and entertainment world. It’s a time to celebrate the vast array of diverse cinema released each and every year. 544 more words

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Terrence McCoy: How Stephen Hawking, diagnosed with ALS decades ago, is still alive

Washington Post: On April 20, 2009, a moment arrived that doctors had foretold for decades. Stephen Hawking, a scientist who overcame debilitating disease to become the world’s most renowned living physicist, was on the cusp of death. 144 more words

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Wild (2015) ★★★☆☆

Gritty and determined.

Wild tells the true story of Cheryl Strayed (ironic), who, after losing her mother and falling into drug abuse, decides to hike the 1,000 mile Pacific Crest Trail alone. 194 more words

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