Six of the Best from the BFI London Film Festival, 2020
A Chernobyl-born cult leader, a hypocritical university lecturer, and a Syrian musician turned refugee are some of the memorable characters in our selection from this year’s London...
The Making of ROCKS: Radical, Collaborative Filmmaking
A radical approach to filmmaking by women creatives has produced an authentic and moving British film in which some Londoners will see themselves represented for the first time.
France, USA, and the Fight for Black Lives
Social movements in the name of Black lives are gaining visibility internationally, but as part of this, the reallocation of economic resources must be prioritised on a global scale.
Uyghur Genocide in China: What the UK and its Allies Must Do to Confront the Mass Atrocities
China’s technologically sophisticated slavery and genocide have pervaded our industries. The UK government can no longer downplay it.
The UK recently enacted the Global Human Rights...
A-Levels 2020: The Algorithm of Class Oppression Amid UK Government U-Turn
How this year’s A-Level results revealed the glaring class inequalities in our education system perpetuated at the top.
On A-level Results Day I was fairly confident – I had worked...
Hamilton: Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story?
Despite narrative imperfections, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s renowned stage production is in a creative league of its own.
There is a life before and a life after Hamilton. The groundbreaking...
BBC’s Sitting in Limbo: One Man Trapped in the Windrush Scandal
On Windrush Day, Stella Corradi’s television drama is a good opportunity for audiences to understand the failures of British government immigration policy.
* Contains mild spoilers