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Critique Point: ‘Get Out’

By Lara Owolabi I usually watch trailers to films I want to see (because who doesn’t love a little anticipation before watching a movie?) but, for Get Out, I didn’t watch any of the trailers. Honestly, this one time, I’m glad I didn’t. Before we get into this review, I would just like to say EVERYTHING about this horror-satirical film has a meaning. In its simplest form, the film is about an African American male, his white girlfriend and their interesting (to say the least)

Trident Film Festival Shortlist announced!

Shelby Loasby | Head of Print Budding film makers, actors, cinematographers, and animators have a lot to look forward to next Monday, 21st March. The Trident Film Festival is hosting it’s very first awards night in The Forum, and after over two hours of footage being submitted to the judging team on Thursday, a shortlist of some of the best student films has been made. Students from the University of Hertfordshire entered some of their best work to be judged for the following

Film Review: Gone Girl

[Melissa Nadarajan | Contributing Writer] Award winning director David Fincher (Fight Club, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) returns with one of this year’s most anticipated thrillers. Adapted from the crime novel of the same name by author Gillian Flynn, Gone Girl sees Argo star and future Batman Ben Affleck as Nick Dunne, a despairing husband who, after the sudden disappearance of his wife, becomes the prime suspect of a police investigation. As his claim to innocence b