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Across Asia Youth Film Festival 2017

Are you interested in making films? If so, then this competition is something you will definitely want to participate in.

The Across Asia Youth Film Festival, or the AAYFF, is where creative films made by independent filmmakers are showcased and celebrated. 172 more words

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In Defence of Derek Hale

Dark, brooding and badass, Teen Wolf’s Derek Hale is mysterious in all the right places, to say nothing of his other assets. Morally ambiguous, and with a spate of continually questionable motives, he treads the line between hero and villain so narrowly that he seems to have shares in both sides. 6,786 more words

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La La Land

Previously known for creating horrors that keep us tucked firmly in our seats, Damien Chazelle takes an alternative path in exploring our humanity through this magnificently charming, modern day musical. 176 more words

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Sherlock: The Six Thatchers kicks off with a bang

Sherlock Holmes has returned to our screens with a bang. Series 4 has been eagerly awaited by the fans, and after the impressive Christmas Special last year, I was just as excited. 533 more words

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Passengers is a modern sci-fi with classical influence

A very modern interpretation of a Sci-fi film with a strong classical influence. 377 more words

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TONIGHT'S TV GUIDE: January 13th 2017

Pick of the Day

Tina and Bobby, ITV, 9pm

The new biopic charting the life of footballing legend Bobby Moore and his relationship with childhood sweetheart Tina Dean begins on ITV. 396 more words

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TONIGHT’S TV GUIDE: January 12th 2017

Pick of the Day

Spy in the Wild, BBC One, 8pm

Good news everyone, there’s a new wildlife programme on our screens, as Spy in the Wild starts a five-part series showcasing the behaviour of an array of animals. 328 more words

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