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Gaia Porcu
Queen Mary, University of London

Hi! I'm Gaia. I'm a Film Studies Graduate (2014) from Queen Mary, University of London.

Since I can remember I've been an avid film-watcher and I absolutely adore talking about all things film, therefore writing about them is also enormous fun for me.

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The feel-good film of the year, it will surely leave a mark

Film Review: Sing Street

The feel-good film of the year, it will surely leave a mark

The mutants are back, this time to defeat Apocalypse.

Film Review: X-Men: Apocalypse

The mutants are back, this time to defeat Apocalypse.

One of the biggest Academy Awards contenders for this year is The Danish Girl – the story of Einar Wegener/Lili Elbe, the first person to receive gender reassignment surgery, and her wife Gerda. The biopic follows the two artists as they navigate the as yet un-tread path of transgender acceptance in the late 1920s.

Director Tom Hooper talks trans acceptance and beauty in The Danish Girl

One of the biggest Academy Awards contenders for this year is The Danish Girl – the story of Einar Wegener/Lili Elbe, the first person to receive gender reassignment surgery, and her wife Gerda. The biopic follows the two artists as they navigate the as yet un-tread path of transgender acceptance in the late 1920s.

Well constructed but slightly flat, Brooklyn deals with the pain of leaving home

Film Review: Brooklyn

Well constructed but slightly flat, Brooklyn deals with the pain of leaving home

We sat down to talk film festivals, emigration and leaving home with director John Crowley

Interview: John Crowley, director of Brooklyn and True Detective

We sat down to talk film festivals, emigration and leaving home with director John Crowley

We met with director Baltasar Kormákur of Everest.

Watch: We talk epic action adventure Everest with director Baltasar Kormákur

We met with director Baltasar Kormákur of Everest.

We had the chance to talk to David Breashears, 5 time Everest summiter.

Watch: We discuss summiting Everest 5 times with David Breashears

We had the chance to talk to David Breashears, 5 time Everest summiter.

Powerful and historical insight on the early days of Greenpeace.

Film Review: How to Change the World

Powerful and historical insight on the early days of Greenpeace.

Vanessa Bayer talked to us about her her first feature film and supporting role in Trainwreck.

Watch: Saturday Night Live's Vanessa Bayer talks Trainwreck and Amy Schumer

Vanessa Bayer talked to us about her her first feature film and supporting role in Trainwreck.

We sat down with Judd Apatow and Bill Hader to discuss the hit of the summer, Trainwreck

Watch: We discuss Trainwreck with Judd Apatow and Bill Hader

We sat down with Judd Apatow and Bill Hader to discuss the hit of the summer, Trainwreck

Amy Schumer and Judd Apatow bring us the comedy of the summer, hilarious from start to finish

Film Review: Trainwreck

Amy Schumer and Judd Apatow bring us the comedy of the summer, hilarious from start to finish

An outstanding piece of filmmaking and social critique.

DVD Review: Leviathan

An outstanding piece of filmmaking and social critique.

As the tale of 14-year-old San Fransokyo science genius Hiro takes the world’s Box Offices by storm (it’s currently sitting pretty at number one in the UK), we caught up with producer Roy Conli during a whirlwind promotional tour to discuss grief, loss, and making a hybrid city from two of the world’s greatest metropolises.  

Interview: Roy Conli, Big Hero 6

As the tale of 14-year-old San Fransokyo science genius Hiro takes the world’s Box Offices by storm (it’s currently sitting pretty at number one in the UK), we caught up with producer Roy Conli during a whirlwind promotional tour to discuss grief, loss, and making a hybrid city from two of the world’s greatest metropolises.  

As we take a seat after meeting Don Hall’s latest creation, Big Hero 6’s Baymax, it’s clear that the jetlag is kicking in.

Interview: Disney Director Don Hall talks Big Hero 6

As we take a seat after meeting Don Hall’s latest creation, Big Hero 6’s Baymax, it’s clear that the jetlag is kicking in.

This sweet, heart melting action film is one to remember.

Film Review: Big Hero 6

This sweet, heart melting action film is one to remember.

This precursor to the Oscars involves awards in recognition for the best in both film and television of the past year.

Highlights of this year's Golden Globe ceremony

This precursor to the Oscars involves awards in recognition for the best in both film and television of the past year.

Fruitvale Station should be be at the top of everyone's watchlist.

Film Review: Fruitvale Station

Fruitvale Station should be be at the top of everyone's watchlist.

For two decades David Fincher has directed some of the most captivating films released on the big screen.

In Focus: David Fincher

For two decades David Fincher has directed some of the most captivating films released on the big screen.

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