Review: THE KEEPER is an Enjoyable, if Overly Sentimental Portrayal of an Unlikely Soccer Sensation
The Keeper tells the story of Bert Trautmann, a German POW who became one of the greatest goalkeepers to ever play soccer in England.
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Despite being inspired by the story of Russia’s most significant British spy, Red Joan is a cliched, simple bore.
Running May 31st and June 1st, MIYFF is set to celebrate young filmmakers from around the world.
Palestinian director Muayad Alayan’s new film provides a refreshing and complex perspective on an extramarital affair in divided Jerusalem.
Visual, auditory, or kinaesthetic? It’s a question that’s been asked of students for nearly a century, but now teachers are saying the answer does more harm than good.
Last week two American states—Alabama and Georgia—voted in harsh new abortion laws. The law in Alabama will make abortion illegal in all cases—including rape—except for when necessary to save a mother’s life (at the discretion of her doctor). Georgia, meanwhile, passed a “heartbeat” bill, making abortion illegal after 6 weeks, and also includes no exception […]
The process of keeping prisoners off death row doesn’t start in the courtroom; it starts at birth.