3 Top Tips For New University Students

(Competition for Currys PC World, which I won.) The end of summer means that it’s time for a new batch of freshers to begin their time at university. Whilst the first few weeks are about getting to know your new friends, your new home, and attending every event that Freshers week throws at you, here’s […]

Comment: Apparently it Does Matter if You’re Black or White

(Edited version of my competition entry. Click image to view layout on ISSUU.) Racism is something we’re all aware; we hear about it constantly in society, in football and in our everyday lives, but what about in film? It’s likely that you would have heard stories about directors, writers and producers typecasting characters and it’s […]

General Manager Leaves The Poly

Two-year serving General Manager Ciaran Clarke has left his position at Falmouth’s arts and science venue, The Poly. Ciaran withdrew from The Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society at the beginning of March due to a change in personal circumstances, but also from a desire to get back into making and creating theatre again. “It’s a place […]

Luis Prieto Talks Remaking Nicolas Winding Refn’s ‘Pusher’

(Published in Fan The Fire. Click image to view layout on ISSUU) Set to have its world premiere at this year’s Edinburgh Film Festival, Charlie Derry interviews Luis Prieto, director of the upcoming crime thriller, Pusher, about remaking a Nicolas Winding Refn cult classic, as well as working with British actor Richard Coyle and world-class […]

Interview: CEO Gregory Galant Discusses The Shorty Awards

(Click image to view layout on ISSUU.) With this year’s ceremony coming to an end, Charlie Derry talks to Gregory Galant, the co-creator of The Shorty Awards, about how getting recognised for using social media can advance your career, and why it is important to keep your social media profiles up to date in today’s […]

Do International Film Festivals Need More Recognition?

(Published on HeyUGuys. Click Image to view layout on ISSUU) You may have heard of prestigious film festivals such as Cannes and BFI London. But with the launch of Sundance London next year, Charlie Derry investigates into whether lesser known festivals are in need of more recognition, and how organisers plan to deal with this […]