Flatpack Film Festival Review: The Great Flood
Bill Morrison brings us a spectacular historical masterpiece in this fascinating film, portraying Mississippi during the floods of 1927.
Flatpack Film Festival Review: The King and the Mockingbird
Based on Hans Christian Andersen's The Shepherdess and The Chimney Sweep, animation The King and the Mockingbird is often referenced as a French classic.
Flatpack Film Festival Review: Adventure Time
A colourful audience at Birmingham's Flatpack Film Festival was treated to a unique viewing of back-to-back episodes of Cartoon Network's Adventure Time.
Flatpack Film Festival Review: The World Made Itself
The Flatpack Film Festival continues to redefine and expand the definition of film, treating audiences to a performance like no other by Los Angeles-based artist Miwa Matreyek.
Flatpack Film Festival Review: Patema Inverted
The Flatpack Film Festival heads off to an animated start with a screening of Japanese anime by Yasuhiro Yoshiura, Patema Inverted, at Birmingham's The Electric Cinema.
Album review: Pharrell Williams - G I R L
'Happy' singer releases his second album G I R L.
Flatpack Film Festival returns to Birmingham for eighth year
From 20th-30th March, the Flatpack Film Festival will host a variety of events across several treasured sites throughout the city whilst highlighting gems from the UK film scene.
Interview: Bluey Robinson
Introducing Bluey Robinson: the fresh face of the US streetwear brand, Mossimo - the Official Fashion Sponsor of The NME Awards 2014.
Is Channel 5's Autopsy: Last Hours justified?
Do we really need to know or should the legends be left to rest in peace?
Album review: Kings of Leon - Mechanical Bull
As the Followill family collective approach their 13th year, you could say that they are entering a phase of manhood as a band.
Album review: John Legend - Love in the Future
Acclaimed singer-songwriter and R&B's most-loved piano man returns with his first solo album in five years.
Exciting new twist for The Voice UK
The Voice is back - with an unexpected element.
Spending Mother's Day away from home?
Didn't book that train in time? No worries, here are some ideas to make this one as special as the rest.
Top 10 ways to spend a night in
Made the mistake of egging on the lightweight to down the King's Cup, hopped in the taxi, paid an extortionate entry fee, chilled in the loos and u-turned within half an hour? Sometimes, you must admit - staying could be the cheaper and better option.
Background checks on prospective students - yes, it's justified
Research has suggested that rising numbers of universities are conducting background research into the family life, history of education and parental education of potential students. This makes sense, says Alice O'Donkor.