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Film & TV

The Future of Sci-Fi Cinema

The 1902 movie, A Trip to the Moon by Georges Méliès is commonly acknowledged as one of the grounding productions in the development of the narrative of...

Film & TV

Review: The Greatest Showman

The Greatest Showman follows the crazy imagination of American businessman, politician and importantly, a showman. The box office success celebrates PT Barnum...

Film & TV

Review: Black Panther

Black Panther has set world records, smashed the box office and started a cultural phenomenon. We asked Quench contributors to tell us their thoughts...

Film & TV LGBT+

BFI Flare 2018: Love, Simon

A light-hearted romantic comedy is as essential to adolescent life as heartbreak and rebellion. Yet, for years, the only romcoms found in the mainstream were...

Film & TV

NIFF 2018: Pop Aye

A story as foreign in location as it is in concept, Pop Aye relates the journey of a disillusioned Thai architect who one day while strolling the streets of...

Film & TV

Review: Downsizing

Alexander Payne embarks on his latest cinematic journey in a transformative tackling of ever-present social, moral and political issues through an accessible...

Film & TV

Review: God’s Own Country

God’s Own Country is the film Hollywood forgot about.
Move over Jon Snow, there’s a new brooding protagonist in town.
Meet Johnny, (Josh O’Connor)...

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