Trainspotting: the lads are back

By Julia Milet Who cares about Iron Man, Star Wars or Princess Diaries sequels seriously. You know they will be different from the original ones and you are going to criticise the new director, the characters and everybody’s going to be mad.  HOWEVER, we do care about Trainspotting sequel. Ranked as one of the best…

Review: ‘LOVE’: The anti-rom com series?

By Julia Milet Why does your crush never text back? Does he forget? Does he even care about you? You may find the answers in Judd Apatow’s new anti-rom com series, ‘Love’. Most of us can relate to the synopsis of the show: Mickey and Gus don’t know each other, until, both of them break…

Video: Breaking into the music industry

  By Chloe Darnaud What are the odds of breaking into the music industry? A few years ago the biggest challenge for emerging musicians was being heard, but now that artists are able to instantly upload their work online, what are the new challenges in making it? Semothy Jones, once recognized in the industry as…

Video: Spaces for artists in Hackney

By Julia Milet A short video report not only about the state of artists in the borough of Hackney but also the rest of London, and the struggle of finding a studio to work and exhibit their art.

Review: Ida, a treat to your eyes and soul

By Chloe Darnaud Studying in depth, the meaning of faith and identity, Ida, is above all a treat for your eyes. Each shot is a fascinating, brilliantly lit photography. The film director, Pawel Pawlikowski, who won Baftas for both Last Resort and My Summer of Love, has created with Ida another unique award winning movie…

Film Review: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

By Julia Milet When it comes to teen drama movies, Hollywood has a special recipe: two high-school students who have nothing in common meet and develop a cheesy relationship. They fall in love, until the destiny of one of them is compromised. Heartbreak follows scored to predictable scenes and indie music. Fortunately, this is not…

Calder’s Performing Sculpture at Tate

By Chloe Darnaud “My fan mail is enormous. Everyone is under six,” once said Alexander Calder, the precursor of the mobile. His statement comes as no surprise given his works revolves around objects you hang above children’s cradles and circus performances. Calder’s “Performing Sculpture” exhibition has finally opened at Tate Modern and its title is…

Video: Street Art in Shoreditch and its evolution

By Sixtine Marion Shoreditch in London is one of the most inspiring areas when talking about street art; it is of course a trendy neighborhood, but especially a hip part of London, where you just go to be amazed and surprised by the infinite numbers of street art graffitis, murals and even stickers. From Liverpool…