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Film Review: Lost Girls

Julia Verdin's powerful short film takes in sex trafficking in just 24 minutes.

Pixar's new short film shows what animation is really capable of

Pixar's new short animated film Borrowed Time is challenging the way we see animated films.

Six Weeks in Salford

A story of moving into 'the digs' and immediately wanting to dig yourself out. The worst possible scenarios for moving into the student halls of what has recently been named 'one of the worst universities'.

Here's why you need to go to Insomnia gaming festival 2016

The Insomnia Festival will be back in Birmingham for its 59th edition to entertain and astonish thousands of gaming and tech fans.

Review: 1920s JAZZ AGE: Fashion & Photographs

Against a backdrop of glitz and glamour, the 1920s JAZZ AGE: Fashion & Photographs exhibition presents the dazzling clothes and dizzying lifestyles of women in the Roaring Twenties.

Student Accommodation Awards judges refuse to pick a winner because rent is too high - and write this damning note

The panel said they would not select a winner on the grounds that many housing providers are putting shareholders, and not students, first.

Film Review: Doctor Strange

Marvel’s latest shot at expanding its universe (even) further is a solidly entertaining, mind-melter of a blockbuster.

Interview: Gengahr

Gengahr are back, with a "grittier and more personal" full length.


The final three that SHOULD have been on The Great British Bake Off

Ahead of the final, we spare a thought for the final three that could – and should – have been. Selasi for the win!

Here are the top 10 most influential black Britons

Tom Ilube, Mo Farah and Sharon White are among the Powerlist 2016.

Lost Girls director Julia Verdin talks raising awareness of sex-trafficking

“They can sell a gram of coke, or heroin, or a gun once, they can sell a young girl thousands and thousands of times.”

Interview: Cobie Smulders and Danika Yarosh

All the big questions - answered!

Full time student and rugby international: Maro Itoje

Despite being a premiership rugby player Itoje still is a full time student at London's School of Oreintal and African Studies.


Women (and only women) are set to direct the next season of Jessica Jones

Talk about girl power. A whole new team of female directors is joining the already kickass woman-led team of the Netflix show.

5 haunted hotels if you want to spend Halloween somewhere really scary

Looking for a spooky getaway? Here are some hotels in the UK where you might actually spot a ghost.

Interview: Jennifer Wood (Team GB climber)

After forming the entirety of Team GB at The World University Climbing Championships, Sheffield students are the future of the sport in the UK.

Heavy metal and Harambe: An interview with Devil You Know

Ahead of his band’s UK tour with ONI, Wearing Scars and Brutai, Devil You Know singer Howard Jones chats about Harambe and American Dad.

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