Full Discussion with Little Green Pig
Arts
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1937 views

Full Discussion with Little Green Pig

Kate Dennett - November 12, 2018
New Poets Take to the Stage at Hi Zero
Arts
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928 views

New Poets Take to the Stage at Hi Zero

Roxana Xamán Mc Gregor - November 8, 2018
Poets Wow Crowds at The Haunt
Arts
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605 views

Poets Wow Crowds at The Haunt

Alice Gledhill - October 25, 2018
512 views

Brighton and Beyond

Rachael Naylor - October 24, 2018
595 views

The best breakthroughs of 2018 thus far

Sabrina Edwards - October 22, 2018
Johnny English Fails to Strike Again
Arts
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636 views

Johnny English Fails to Strike Again

Alice Gledhill - October 18, 2018
Sexual assault in the US government
Comment
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601 views

Sexual assault in the US government

Tom Robinson - October 17, 2018
What’s ACCA-ning?
Arts
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657 views

What’s ACCA-ning?

Emma Nay - October 16, 2018
Review: Journeying with Grace Nichols
Arts
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761 views

Review: Journeying with Grace Nichols

Kate Dennett - October 12, 2018
University of Sussex Joins Libraries Week
Arts
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745 views

University of Sussex Joins Libraries Week

Kate Dennett - October 6, 2018
Oscar Jerome at The Hope and Ruin
Interview
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716 views

Oscar Jerome at The Hope and Ruin

Alex Leissle - October 4, 2018
Why we should all embrace drag
Features
854 views
854 views

Why we should all embrace drag

Chris Ahjem - October 3, 2018
In Conversation with Alannah Myles
Arts
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1872 views

In Conversation with Alannah Myles

Anastasia Konstantinidou - October 3, 2018
Brighton Needs You!
News
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715 views

Brighton Needs You!

Anonymous - September 28, 2018
Books Every Fresher Should Read
Arts
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911 views

Books Every Fresher Should Read

Anonymous - September 19, 2018
France in Fine Fettle
Sports
751 views
751 views

France in Fine Fettle

Anonymous - September 17, 2018
Dive into Brightonian Culture
Arts
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823 views

Dive into Brightonian Culture

Sorrel Linsley - September 17, 2018
Oh, baby, baby, did you see Britney at Pride?
Arts
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897 views

Oh, baby, baby, did you see Britney at Pride?

Anastasia Konstantinidou - September 15, 2018
Why the Academy never fails to disappoint
Arts
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Arts
273 views

Why the Academy never fails to disappoint

judebluewm - March 11, 2019

This year I hosted my first ever Oscars party. The living room was turned into the Dolby cinema, a towel…

In Conversation with Eva Riley
Film & Theatre
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Film & Theatre
351 views

In Conversation with Eva Riley

Gabriel Ross - March 6, 2019

Brighton based filmmaker Eva Riley sat down with The Badger to talk about her upcoming debut feature ‘Perfect 10’ and…

‘It requires you’: Blak Whyte Gray
Arts
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Arts
426 views

‘It requires you’: Blak Whyte Gray

Billie-Jean Johnson - March 5, 2019

Our conversation starts with a journey. From an primary school in England, to the North of Ghana, down to the…

Touki Bouki; The meeting point of Senegal, Godard, and Beyonce
Arts
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Arts
716 views

Touki Bouki; The meeting point of Senegal, Godard, and Beyonce

lucypeetas - February 27, 2019

Restored to digital format in 2008 by Martin Scorsese’s World Cinema Foundation (WCF), Djibril Diop Mambéty’s Touki Bouki (1973) deserves…

Fighting with…the conventions of biopic filmmaking  
Arts
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Arts
380 views

Fighting with…the conventions of biopic filmmaking  

Ali Wakelin - February 26, 2019

Nine years since he made his cinematic directorial debut with Cemetery Junction, Stephen Merchant has returned to the big-screen to…

Childhoods are shattered in Nadine Labaki’s Capernaum
Arts
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Arts
294 views

Childhoods are shattered in Nadine Labaki’s Capernaum

Olek Młyński - February 23, 2019

Nadine Labaki’s Capernaum begins with a shocking scene - a streetwise twelve year old Zain sues his parents for bringing…

Fall in Love with Heartbreak: If Beale Street Could Talk
Arts
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Arts
324 views

Fall in Love with Heartbreak: If Beale Street Could Talk

Yazz James - February 22, 2019

Barry Jenkins describes his latest feature as a series of “memories, dreams and nightmares”. Adapted from James Baldwin’s 1974 novel…

Vintage Sunday: that Breakfast at Tiffany’s feeling
Arts
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Arts
452 views

Vintage Sunday: that Breakfast at Tiffany’s feeling

Louisa Hunt - February 20, 2019

The film Breakfast at Tiffany’s has captivated romantics since it was first shown in cinemas in 1961. The American Rom-Com…

Mary Queen of Scots: Compelling but never takes flight
Arts
637 views
Arts
637 views

Mary Queen of Scots: Compelling but never takes flight

Florence Dutton - February 5, 2019

There is no doubt about it; Josie Rourke’s new adaptation of one of the 16th century’s most intriguing plots is…

Hollywood’s Netflix New-Wave
Arts
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Arts
1348 views

Hollywood’s Netflix New-Wave

Gabriel Ross - January 30, 2019

Netflix has been ever-present in most of our lives now for a while, yet a couple years ago it still…

The Oscars’ ‘Best Popular Film’ Category reveals the vested interest that lies at the heart of Awards Shows
Arts
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Arts
243 views

The Oscars’ ‘Best Popular Film’ Category reveals the vested interest that lies at the heart of Awards Shows

Gabriel Ross - January 30, 2019

Anyone who has watched The Oscars before will know very well that artistic integrity isn’t prioritised in the way that…

‘First Man’ Review
Arts
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Arts
258 views

‘First Man’ Review

Gabriel Ross - January 30, 2019

Space travel has been a preoccupation for Filmmakers, almost since Cinema's invention. George Méliès’ A Trip to the Moon (1902)…

Romanticising the bad guy, why do we do it?
Arts
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Arts
510 views

Romanticising the bad guy, why do we do it?

Lilly Subbotin - January 29, 2019

Reading Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita as a love story is a standard initial interpretation of the novel, despite the kidnap and…

How Netflix’s Sex Education is breaking stigmas and defying stereotypes
Arts
647 views
Arts
647 views

How Netflix’s Sex Education is breaking stigmas and defying stereotypes

Kate Dennett - January 28, 2019

Netflix’s new series, Sex Education, has been released less than a month and has already got rave reviews from fans…

Keira Knightley rewrites gender in Colette
Arts
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Arts
694 views

Keira Knightley rewrites gender in Colette

Alice Gledhill - January 26, 2019

Colette is the biographical story of Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette, a French author, performer and dancer during the late nineteenth century. Keira…

Interview: A Conversation with Magnús Trygvason Elíassen
#CINECITY19
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#CINECITY19
278 views

Interview: A Conversation with Magnús Trygvason Elíassen

Louisa Scarlett Hunt - January 19, 2019

We interviewed Magnús Trygvason Elíassen ahead of Amiina’s performance of the score to Fantômas that took place on Saturday 17th November 2018 at…

Doctor Who turns to social commentary with Jodie Whittaker
Arts
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Arts
861 views

Doctor Who turns to social commentary with Jodie Whittaker

Kate Dennett - December 17, 2018

Since the announcement of Jodie Whittaker as the new Doctor for series 11, Doctor Who has repeatedly been made the headlines. …

Turkish family broken apart – Wild Pear Tree review
Arts
625 views
Arts
625 views

Turkish family broken apart – Wild Pear Tree review

Olek Młyński - December 5, 2018

Comparing any film maker to Andrei Tarkovsky always seems like  very risky business. The Russian director is considered to be…

Flyin’ High in Familiar Territory – Creed II review 
Arts
559 views
Arts
559 views

Flyin’ High in Familiar Territory – Creed II review 

Ali Wakelin - December 4, 2018

The follow-up to Ryan Coogler’s surprisingly masterful Creed also holds the title in being the eighth instalment of the Rocky…

Telemarketers, where do they come from anyway? – Sorry to Bother You review
Arts
490 views
Arts
490 views

Telemarketers, where do they come from anyway? – Sorry to Bother You review

Michael Humphreys - December 3, 2018

We have all been there, doing our daily routines, relaxing until suddenly, we get a ring from an unknown number.…