Author: Sinead McCausland

‘Maudie’ Review: Visual Art as Memory

Aisling Walsh's film about Canadian artist Maud Lewis is one of the most interesting depictions of an artist on film…

The Womanhood of Space Cinema

We look at the intrinsic link between womanhood and space that filmmakers often create.

‘Game of Thrones’ and the Tasty Symbolism Behind Its Food

Prepare to get peckish as we look at Sansa's lemon cakes, Tyrion's drinks, and many feasts in 'Game of Thrones'.

Gatsby’s Green Light, as Told through Cinema

An exploration of Baz Luhrmann's 'The Great Gatsby' and how it finally deals with The Green Light.

Exploring The Roald Dahl Cinematic Universe

With over ten of the author's stories adapted for the big and small screens, Roald Dahl's novels are preserved in…

The Early 2000s Impact of Amanda Bynes

With Amanda Bynes' recent statement that she'd like to get back into acting, it's time to take a look at…

The Foreign TV Dramas You’re Missing Out On

TV has no borders, but are foreign and subtitled dramas more difficult to find?

Hailee Steinfeld, A Good Actress, Eyes ‘Transformers’ Franchise, A Bad Move

The 'True Grit' and 'Edge of Seventeen' star follows in the footsteps of other promising actors in joining a multimillion…

Here’s Why You Should be Excited for Alex Garland’s ‘Annihilation’

Alex Garland's follow-up to 2015's 'Ex Machina' sounds amazing.

Nicole Kidman Champions Equality Behind The Camera

Nicole Kidman's comments are a timely reminder that there's still a long way to go in terms of representation in…