Books Every Fresher Should Read
Arts
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Books Every Fresher Should Read

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

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

Anonymous - September 17, 2018
Oh, baby, baby, did you see Britney at Pride?
Arts
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Oh, baby, baby, did you see Britney at Pride?

Anastasia Konstantinidou - September 15, 2018
Film & Theatre
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Valkyrie

The Badger - January 19, 2009

Review: Valkyrie, 12A, 120 mins Director: Bryan Singer Starring: Tom Cruise, Bill Nighy, Kenneth Brannagh Tom Wilkinson, Eddie Izzard Valkyrie tells the story of the 1944 German…

Film & Theatre
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Australia

The Badger - January 19, 2009

Review: Australia, 12A, 165 mins Director: Baz Lurhman Starring: Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman You may have read, heard, or seen reviews of Australia which make it out…

Film & Theatre
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The Reader

The Badger - January 2, 2009

With “that speech” by Kate Winslet recently becoming the stuff of national debate, The Reader has certainly had its fair share of publicity this new year. Adapted…

Film & Theatre
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Success No Secret

The Badger - December 8, 2008

Secret Cinema’s latest project, the seductively named Secret Cinema, premiered in Brighton last month with a fantastic night of entertainment and immersion in the form of the…

Film & Theatre
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Changeling

The Badger - December 8, 2008

Based on a true and definitely incredible story, Clint Eastwood’s new motion picture Changeling is set in an apparently immaculate and flourishing Los Angeles of the late…

Film & Theatre
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Of Time And The City

The Badger - December 1, 2008

From Terence Davies comes his long-awaited fifth feature, and, at the age of sixty-five, it is not a moment too soon for the British auteur. Of Time…

Film & Theatre
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Scott on secrets and lies

The Badger - December 1, 2008

Nearly every crime thriller centres its moral high-ground on the issues of trust and deception. It is one of those given clichés that a traitor will be…

Film & Theatre
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Lake Tahoe freeze frames over

The Badger - December 1, 2008

Fernando Eimbcke’s new film focuses on the suburbs of an unnamed Mexican town. The minimalist cinematography progresses by eerily still shots of the deserted landscape, through which the…

Film & Theatre
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To have or not to have a convincing accent – that is the question

The Badger - December 1, 2008

How are you supposed to feel about British comedians in Hollywood? Are they traitors? Ambassadors? Too often it has been a bit embarrassing as the lure of…

Film & Theatre
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Lotz to be said about Lodz

The Badger - December 1, 2008

I have to admit I was a little apprehensive about this screening. The little experience I have of Polish cinema paint it in my mind as a rather…

Film & Theatre
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Foreign film favourites

The Badger - December 1, 2008

Foreign-language films seem to come with an expectation to be arty and abstract, but in fact they’re found in all styles and subjects, much like the American…

Film & Theatre
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Not Brother’s Quay selection

The Badger - December 1, 2008

The first four films of the screening, Stille Nacht I – IV, are music videos, commissioned either by MTV or by rock band His Name Is Alive.…

Film & Theatre
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Waltzing across the screen

The Badger - December 1, 2008

When trying to find someone to go to Waltz with Bashir with, I described it as it is, an animated Israeli documentary about soldiers’ recollections of the first…

Film & Theatre
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Choke

The Badger - November 24, 2008

In Clark Gregg’s latest adaptation of a Chuck Palahniuk novel, Sam Rockwell (Assassination of Jesse James, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind) plays sex-addict Victor Mancini, cursed with…

Film & Theatre
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Baad story

The Badger - November 24, 2008

The film begins with the story of Ulrike Meinhof, a middle class journalist who through the responsibility felt by many descendants of the Nazi generation becomes involved…

Film & Theatre
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There’s No Short Straw with Short Films

The Badger - November 24, 2008

As one of the Film Editors of The Badger I am embarrassed to admit that I’ve never really watched short films before, at least not at a…

Film & Theatre
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Cine-city hits Brighton

The Badger - November 17, 2008

From 20th November until 7th December, Brighton will become a haven for fans of independent and international cinema, as the Cinecity Film Festival is back for its…

Film & Theatre
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Oliver Stone goes easy on ‘Dubya’

The Badger - November 17, 2008

[caption id="attachment_2086" align="alignleft" width="192" caption="This is my happy face..."][/caption] Director Oliver Stone, famous for his talent of depicting the lives of historical characters, embarks on one of…

Film & Theatre
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Max Payneful

The Badger - November 17, 2008

  [caption id="attachment_2080" align="alignleft" width="290" caption="Only a really twisted film would involve suppositories this big..."][/caption] Max Payne was the video game one particular film-obsessed teenager had lovingly…

Film & Theatre
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Bond fires blanks

The Badger - November 10, 2008

Review: Quantum of Solace (12A) Director: Marc Forster Starring: Daniel Craig, Judi Dench, Olga Kurylenko, Gemma Arterton [caption id="attachment_1825" align="alignleft" width="193" caption="James Bond (Daniel Craig)"][/caption] In an…