Film Nights for Human Rights: Complicit


Undercover footage brings to light our complicity with the disturbing plight of Chinese migrant workers through the gadgets we demand and use everyday Complicit, co-directed by Heather...

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The Platform Condemns George Osborne's Appointment to the Evening Standard


The Platform joins other independent publications across the UK to condemn the appointment of George Osborne as the new editor of the Evening Standard   The appointment of George...

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Between the Sky and the Sea: How the Faroe Islands Signal Our Imperilled Planet


Mike Day’s stomach-churning documentary shows how traditional survival on earth is fundamentally changing   Scottish director Mike Day’s first feature documentary The Islands...

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Radical Love Within the Eyes of the Artist


Two different exhibitions at the Crypt Gallery and Tate Modern highlight an aching desire for radicalism   Radical Love (14th February – 6th March) is a quirky exhibition...

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Hidden Figures: Celebrating Inconvenient Black Women


Despite its empowering message Hidden Figures lacked the depth to enable its win at the 89th Academy Awards   A year after the #OscarsSoWhite controversy shamed the Academy into...

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Violence, Trauma and Absurdity in Kuhel Khalid’s September 11th


Kuhel Khalid brings surreal experiences of war to an experimental production at Camden’s People Theatre and the Cockpit   September 11th, symbolically named, is the debut...

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Trump and the Problem of Disbelief


US voters must now capitalise on disbelief and demand the impossible It might sound odd to the rest of the world, but Americans are still trying to decide whether to take Donald...

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