Reviews

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July 01, 2017

A novel that boldly tackles Britain's class divide

In the weeks leading up to the 2016 EU Referendum in Britain, a London-based film crew travel up to an old industrial town in the West Midlands to document the views of some of its residents. The...

Culture Meets Cause in Nigeria

 At a tender age, Lamide Akinsanya  (pictured left) sprinkled red rose petals on the floor of London’s lavish Café Royale.  They symbolised the innocents whose lives had been cruelly taken by the killer virus, AIDS.  This ...

Super Scoop Morgan

 Christine Hosein Scandal and wanton over the top excess, are just  some of the words to describe  the roller coaster rise to fame of a colourful ex-Mirror editor. Piers Morgan's autobiography, The Insider, records  his career from juni ...

African Women and Wildlife

Lamide Akinsanya “The women said I could.” That was the claim of the London, UK,  Hoopers photographic gallery owner. Roger Hooper’s voyeuristic exhibits show that he takes pleasure in photographing naked African women in Namibia and ...

Pete's A Shambles

Danielle Goldstein Chatter fills the air at the top north London music venue Koko. Mediocre support acts Vanlustbader and The Holloways perform before infamous pop group Babyshambles hit the stage. Fronted by Pete Doherty, self confessed heroin addict and ...

A Blonde James Bond?

Deborah HobsonHe is the iconic British spy role in Tinsel Town but a resounding sixty five per cent of The-Latest.Com voters do not believe James Bond should be blonde. But almost a third of people in our poll did not care a hoot about the colour of his ...

Mental health and homelessness tackled by fearless film

 Just been grabbed by the throat and jolted out of my complacency about mental health and other taboo subjects like homelessness.The Insatiable Moon is a New Zealand feature film directed by Rosemary Riddell and starring Maori actor Rawiri Paratene, w ...

Magical dance in the making

Very rarely does one get invited to a ‘sharing’, a work that in its description is simply that. Something that is not finished as such, but yet, may never reach that stage. So unique and extremely delicate, because of the nature of creatives and their prec ...

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