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Comedy in Angel - April 9

Laugh Out London is back for with another night of excellent value alternative comedy headlined by the superb Sofie Hagen.

Date: Monday 9th April 2018… 316 more words

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Photoshoot: Rosie and India Lounging

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Did you catch ACMI's Psychology of Fear?

It’s fine if you didn’t manage to front up as part of the live audience because the whole panel event – all 90 minutes of it, including clips and other media – are now available online. 58 more words


The Hidden Disability and the Hands-On Dad

I’m a pretty placid guy, I think. I take as I find, try to treat others as I’d like to be treated myself, and generally endure massive amounts of abuse before I fight back. 1,264 more words


ACMI Conversations: The Psychology of Fear

I am pleased to be hosting a panel on The Psychology of Fear – Tuesday 31st October, 6.30pm at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne – which will engage documentarian Rosie Jones, psychologist Professor Nick Haslam and researcher Penelope Thomas in a discussion with the audience that ponders the question: 77 more words


Mother Superior: The Cult Saga of The Family

Pop’s fascination with cults shows little sign of waning, from recent American documentaries like The Source Family and Jonestown to deep-dive true crime podcasts, the Manson family’s enduring appeal, and the chic imagery appropriated for fiction films like… 737 more words

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