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Friday, November 16, 2018

Loving Vincent: a cinematic work of art

Frida Kahlo has had one. J. M. W. Turner has had one too. Now, continuing the popular trend for artist biopics in cinema, the...

Amazon: the next major film distributor

With over 100 million subscribers worldwide and an enviable body of talent supplying original content (at a reported $6 billion bill this year alone),...

The Saint meets St Andrews’ new filmmaking society

The Saint's Video Editor Brianna Chu sits down with Terry Lee to discuss the new St Andrews Filmmaking Society, including its formation and aims for the future.

An A-list cast have no cure for Tulip Fever

When you employ an award-winning writer and award-winning cast to helm your film, is it so wrong to expect big things? On paper, Tulip Fever,...

The power of horror films today

As innovative as contemporary independent horror films aspire to be, filmmakers have not yet turned away from Stephen King’s works. Every now and then,...

How to be a savvy film fan

Toby Symonds explains how to find the best cinema experience on a student budget.

Do actors make good activists?

Are actors more susceptible to hypocrisy and self contradiction? And do their acting choices, privilege, and lifestyle prevent them from being a good activist?

Raw Review: Not for the faint hearted

Toby Symonds reviews this year's most disturbing horror film: Raw.

Hollywood’s pale ghosts

Toby Symonds explains why white washing in the "Ghost in the Shell" is an industry wide trend that promises to keep paying out.

Reel Film Series unleashes unruly women

Celebrate 'unruly women' on screen and behind the camera with the Reel Film Series this Thursday at 7pm in St. Salvator's Quad, School III.