Love, Simon came out at the beginning of march and since then has woven into the hearts of many across the world. The impact it has had as a whole on the community is something that has never even been heard of before let alone happened. People around the globe are gaining confidence from this new love story to the point where more and more people are feeling safe and accepted enough to come out and be honest with who they are.
It would seem on the surface that Hollywood is striking again with another teen rom-com,…
Emily Slight reviews John Kransinski’s horror, A Quiet Place and it’s a nail-biter.
After an experiment turns nasty, Primatologist, Davis Okoye (Dwayne Johnson) must work alongside discredited geneticist Dr Kate Caldwell, played by Oscar nominated Naomi Harris (Moonlight) and George, a rare Albino gorilla who becomes a victim of exploitation, to stop a monster invasion.
North Staffordshire actress Rachel Shenton has won an award for her film The Silent Child at the Oscars this morning.
The 30-year-old actress, accepted the award for ‘best live action short film’, alongside her partner and director, Chris Overton.
Beth Parker checks out, Black Panther, one of the most highly anticipated films of 2018.
A film by two local actors has been nominated for an Academy Award following International success.
Black Panther is the highly anticipated superhero movie directed by Ryan Coogler due to be released February 12.
And in the eyes of many moviegoers, this is just another Marvel movie.
For a long time, the film and television industry have taken a step back when it comes to representing people with disabilities. Non-disabled actors have played disabled roles, but the tide is now turning as more and more disabled actors are stepping into the spotlight.