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It’s wrong to assume that every film you see at the cinema will be great. Many will be terrible. What you shouldn’t have to be wary of when going to the cinema is propaganda. But that’s...

On October 8th, the London Film Festival opened at the Odeon Leicester Square Cinema in London. Many were not lucky enough to get their hands on Gala Screening tickets, rumoured to admit entry to an after...

90 odd years ago a backstage school trip to the Hippodrome inspired a young Archie Leach to pursue the stage; last Sunday he returned as Cary Grant to the theatre’s silver screen. A double-bill gala...

Does the much anticipated sequel to the box office phenomenon that was Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy continue the legend that began nearly 10 years ago? Spoilers ahead. By Helen Lewington The...

Beth Middleton reviews one of the awards season’s big players, whose stellar cast drives this dark comedy. With ‘American Hustle’ already boasting several awards, and looking set to sweep the Oscars,...

David Buckland discusses the similarities of the film and international relations.  As many will know, the US-Iran relationship has a ‘love, hate’ history. In the past, Iran had a good relationship...

By Chloe Anderson-Dixon Les Misérables, a long-running stage show based on the book by Victor Hugo has been a phenomenal success over the years. With 32 years on stage, and 60 million viewers worldwide,...

By Rebecca Day Directed by Michael Chanan and written by Lee Salter, Secret City sets out to raise awareness of the City of London and the Corporation that runs it. Located in the famous Square Mile, the...

Motion is proud to present an exciting series of events entitled ‘An Evening with…’ whereby a string of films and performances will be featured by established figures. Each event will follow...

The latest instalment in Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight saga, Breaking Dawn – Part 1, is the fourth movie in the supernatural-romance franchise. It is difficult to say whether this has quite hit the...