Posts By Thomas Gorton

What might a Wes Anderson honeymoon look like?

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Channel 4’s Random Acts returns to our TV screens tomorrow Monday 21st August. As a venture that “commissions and curates some 200 creative films a year,” it guarantees to offer a healthy serving of the world’s most creative short films.

Premiering exclusively with Dazed prior to Random Acts’ first episode of the season is pastel-hued short The Honeymoon, from Texas-born director and producer Tommy…

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What might a Wes Anderson honeymoon look like?

Screen Shot 2017-08-18 at 14.44.35

Channel 4’s Random Acts returns to our TV screens tomorrow Monday 21st August. As a venture that “commissions and curates some 200 creative films a year,” it guarantees to offer a healthy serving of the world’s most creative short films.

Premiering exclusively with Dazed prior to Random Acts’ first episode of the season is pastel-hued short The Honeymoon, from Texas-born director and producer Tommy…

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Porn site xHamster offers to produce Sense8’s third season

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The Sense8 fandom was able to change the course of their fave TV show’s future after a passionate outcry following its unexpected cancellation by Netflix. One relentless campaign and half a million petition signatures later, it was announced the series would get a two-hour special to wrap things up. We also heard…

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Petition calls to swap Confederate statue for Missy Elliott

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Following the white supremacist march and conflict in Charlottesville where one person was murdered, areas across the U.S have actively tried to remove Confederate monuments. Many believe the statues represent and intrinsically celebrate a violent, racist past. While several people currently read more »



The director of live-action Death Note talks white-washing

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Following the Ghost in the Shell cinematic adaption, years of Akira rumours and news of upcoming Bleach and Cowboy Bebop film releases, Death Note is the latest Japanese anime set to hit screens as a live-action film. Originally strips in a manga mag back in 2003, it’s been adapted for television and film several times – this Netflix…

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A Banksy artwork lost for a decade has been rediscovered

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A Banksy piece that first appeared on the wall of public toilets in Shoreditch, east London has been rediscovered over a decade later. The painting, known as the “Snorting Copper” was vandalised, spray-jetted by local council, boarded up and painted over.

The artwork by the anonymous artist depicts a police officer down on his hands and knees, doing a line of coke. It was uncovered by Jonathan Ellis and David Kyte, who found it on a disused site they had bought. They had bought the…

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Meet the brand bringing its political tees to London

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Since the “We should all be feminists” t-shirt paraded down the runway at Maria Grazia Chiuri’s debut for Dior, there seems to have been a rise in the number of political fashion tees. The mix of fashion and political statements is not new though. For Weekday, it has been a go-to for its designs since it started in 2002. Originally only open on Sundays (explaining the old name Weekend), it grew to become read more »



Take a look at Beyoncé’s 600-page photo book

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Beyoncé has previewed her new boxset, How to Make Lemonade. The hefty release features her explosive album Lemonade, a vinyl version of the album, audio and visual downloads and an exclusive photo book with never-seen-before, behind-the-scenes images of the superstar’s life.

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