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Goldsmiths' Official Student Magazine

Richard Curtis' depictions of modern love set the tone for British romantic comedy. Arts and Culture editor Henry Blackwell explores their infectious nature, and the often questionable themes linking them together
Whilst festivals and live music still seem a long way off, Arts and Culture editor Katrina Nzegwu interweaves the history of Afro-punk with her own childhood and teenage years, charting an adolescence of rebellion, creativity and self expression
"This is not a period drama, and Hasidic Judaism is not some ancient religion; these are real people in the here-and-now...Unorthodox showcases a new way of looking at and talking about religion, neither damning its devout followers nor objectifying its brave defectors." -Arts and Culture editor Joseph Hewlett-Hall reviews Netflix’s latest inhouse drama, 'Unorthodox'.
"The film’s patent loyalty to the female gaze signifies a new beginning for film...Sciamma helps set an example for female representation and leaves room for further discussion." - Arts & Culture editor Gabriella Persia discusses some of the the cinematic tropes challenged and transformed by writer and director Céline Sciamma in her film ‘Portrait with a Lady on Fire’.