10 films made by a female director for your next girl’s night
It's time to spread some awareness for these really great female-led films.
Hollywood two years on from #MeToo: where can we go from here?
Two years after the movement started, it's time to see if any change has been made.
6 simple recipes to help with exam period
Exam prep has never been tastier.
Red Joan review - a fascinating true story that falls a little flat
Judi Dench and Sophie Cookson bring this incredible true story to life.
Wine Country trailer - Tina Fey and Amy Poehler reunite in new Netflix comedy
This will be an SNL reunion of epic proportions.
The Secret Life of Pets 2: Patton Oswald and Tiffany Haddish star in new trailer
Don't we all want to know what our pets are doing when no one's watching?
Netflix now has a category just for female directors: why this is so important
Prepare for the only Netflix category you'll ever need.
I Love My Mum trailer: a bizarrely dysfunctional story of mother and son
If you think your family vacations are crazy you haven't seen anything yet.
Amazon 3D Adventure review: science and history come to life in the jungle
A true story of scientific discovery that really makes you want to go on safari.
The Addams Family: Charlize Theron and Oscar Issac star in new animated trailer
Your favorite creepy family as you've never seen them before.
Failure to recognise female filmmakers is nothing new: a look into the long history of awards snubs
Understanding the history of female directors and representation in the film industry.
My Spy trailer: Dave Bautista and Chloe Coleman star in family comedy
There's more to this spy than meets the eye.
Wild Rose review - kick-ass girls and country music: what’s not to love?
Just three chords and the truth.
Ugly Dolls trailer: Kelly Clarkson and Nick Jonas lead in a star studded film
This trailer will make everyone want to visit Uglyville.
Active Measures review - a documentary about the connection between Putin and Trump
No fake news this April Fools.
Dragged Across Concrete review: a racist and pointless waste of time
Mel Gibson seems entirely too comfortable in his role as a racist police officer.
Shazam! review - a superhero version of 'Big' that you'll love every minute of
Just say the word...
Are the Oscars still #SoWhite? Green Book and the white saviour problem in Hollywood
Has the issue of representation really been addressed?