DOCUMENTARY REVIEW: A Thousand Cuts

Press freedom is fundamental to maintaining a free and democratically healthy society. This is demonstrated in the documentary A Thousand Cuts which follows fearless, investigative journalist Maria Ressa who has risked her life and freedom…

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Ears and Eyeballs: What to watch tv and film guide

Spring is in the air and lockdown is still a thing. However, if you are now looking to the future then maybe aeroplanes feature in your plans? The Flight Attendant is a brand new drama…

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FILM REVIEW: Ammonite

Ammonite is inspired by the life of Mary Anning who due to her gender never got the recognition or acclaim she deserved. All the elements for an outstanding film are present in Ammonite yet it…

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DOCUMENTARY REVIEW: Belly Of The Beast

If a society doesn’t value all of its women, free or incarcerated, then it doesn’t value life. Belly of the Beast documentary proves this time and time again. This is the reason why documentaries are…

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DOCUMENTARY REVIEW: THE 8th

The 8th is an important and poignant documentary following the grassroots activism led by Ailbhe Smyth and Andrea Horan of the women to overturn the 1983 referendum decision to add the 8th amendment to the…

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