This page contains all feature articles in a chronological order, systematically designated to month of the year.
When talent is wasted it’s always a disappointing and desperately sad occasion. Philip Seymour-Hoffman has been described by his peers as one of the luminaries and shining lights of the acting world. But this is about more than Seymour-Hoffman, this is about mental health affecting all walks of life and being more random than even the most severe of diseases. Rest easy, Philip.
the-wireThe ‘Golden Renaissance’ of television has been happening for a decade now, but when did it take that decidedly important step from great television to great television with social context? The Wire and The Sopranos both tell quite different destructive stories and carry socio-economic messages that are applicable today. They deserve as much lavish praise as is necessary.
Whilst response to homosexuality and transgenderism in television is improving, it hasn’t always been that way. This feature looks at the crossroads of LGBT representation in television and homosexual advocacy in society at large.
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There are very few moments in television that can go on to dictate an entire season, let alone series. The early interactions between Tony Soprano were metaphorical miracles which served to accentuate this fabulous program.
Andrei Tarkovsky, a name not immediately recognisable for most people, was a film director, scriptwriter and film editor. He is regarded as one of Russia’s most influential directors, with all seven of his feature films considered masterpieces in their own right.
Are internet users ever entitled to verbally abuse and harass critics online? Simple answer: no.

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