With trashy TV becoming the highlight of the week during the UK’s many lockdowns, The Leopard asked Goldsmiths students about their viewing habits. Have they become more simplistic during quarantine and is there anything wrong with indulging in trash TV?
“I said one thing to [the cast]. For 21 days, you’re going to have two safe words. And those safe words are ‘action’ and ‘cut’. I’m going to push you. You’re going to be uncomfortable. […]
Despite its often enjoyable and touching moments, After Class is a film that struggles with what it wants to be. A family drama, a think piece about cancel culture or a character study? Instead it’s a bit of all three, yet only properly succeeds in about one (and a half, at a push) of these areas.
The Netflix produced musical has all the ingredients needed for a great Christmas adventure; there’s an honest person with a good heart in a bad situation, a chance for them to overcome their obstacles, an orchestra full of strings and woodwinds, a dash of a moral message, and of course, a glimpse of snow.
The Goldsmiths’ Writing Centre and the New Statesman awarded M. John Harrison with the £10,000 Goldsmiths Prize for his fiction novel, The Sunken Land Begins to Rise Again, last Wednesday.
Two hours are enough to sum up what we have done to our planet in the last seventy years and who better than the English broadcaster David Attenborough to be the voice of this heartbreaking journey on how humans destroyed Earth.
The Goldsmiths Writers’ Centre and the New Statesman revealed this year’s Goldsmiths Prize shortlist nominees on 14 October 2020 […]
“I get this ache… And I, I thought it was for sex, but it’s to tear everything to fucking pieces.” Ginger Snaps is a horror cult classic all the way back from 2000, when many […]
South African director Richard Stanley returns to cinema screens 28 years after his last film, Dust Devil was released. This time, he’s armed with a barrel of neon bloated skylines, a herd of naughty alpacas, […]
It has been 28 years since Dust Devil was released, the last time 53 year old South African director Richard Stanley made a feature film. Aside from writing the screenplay for the Marlon Brando starring […]