Road to the Oscars: Hugh Jackman’s Opening Number

It’s the countdown to the 23rd Academy Awards. Yes, it’s the season that many film lovers get excited for as it will be a night of film-making celebrations. Whilst you can certainly recognise that this year is filled with rightly placed controversy, a year where no people of colour were nominated in major categories or women in non-acting roles, there is no one taking away … Continue reading Road to the Oscars: Hugh Jackman’s Opening Number

Judy – Review

by Laura Venning  Forming a subgenre of sad starlets turning up in incredulous Brits’ living rooms along with Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool and My Week with Marilyn, Rupert Goold’s Judy follows Judy Garland’s five-week run of sellout concerts in London in the last few months before her death. Like Liverpool and Marilyn, Judy seems to primarily exist as a vehicle for an established … Continue reading Judy – Review