It has finally arrived. This winter's blockbuster comes in the diminutive form of The Hobbit, the long-awaited prequel to Peter Jackson's gargantuan Lord of the Rings Trilogy. Despite a few controversies along the way, it's bound to be a sure-fire commercial success: but can it possibly live up to its predecessor? Alex Harrison follows the Unexpected Journey.
One of a number of similar screenings in a growing cinematic phenomenon, the DCA played host to 1922's silent horror classic Nosferatu, accompanied by a live performance from four-piece rock-instrumental act Minima. Liam Morgan shares his thoughts on an unusual event.
Marissa Visci talks to Dr Lucy Donaldson and Dr Tom Rice of the film department
The film department hosted the Captain America: Winter Soldier director for a tripartite, interactive event