Evie Shields reviews the Irish motion picture that swept this year’s Oscar categories clean. 5 stars Nestled among […]
Charlie Collins gives us a rundown of the best Queer romances the world of audio fiction has to […]
By Rachel Cronin Culture Editor Rachel Cronin kicks off Strathclyde Telegraph’s first ever Flash Fiction February with short […]
Yasmin Donald tells us about other ways Valentine’s day can be celebrated – and you don’t just have to have a partner!
While Valentine’s day is right around the corner, you may be thinking about what to get your loved one. Judy Jak-Klein, however, tells us all about the romantic day and where it actually originates from.
By Rhianna McGhee This year presents Glasgow Film Festival’s ‘Off-Kilter genre at its finest’. Prepare to be shook […]
by Cahal Smith 5 Stars Charlotte Wells’ debut feature may be understated, but was perhaps the most profound […]
Alex Manley explores the controversial snubbing of female artists in the Brit Awards 2023 Artist of The Year category.
Aidan Cameron discusses the UK Goverment’s National Security Bill, and how it could impact the future of investigative journalism, civil liberties, and freedom of expression.
By Rachel Cronin. As the city prepares for another no-doubt successful celebratory season of cinema, it has become […]