MHAM: ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ and the Power of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

It may be known as most people’s favourite Christmas film, but Frank Capra’s It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) was never intended as such. Whilst praising this acclaim as a classic in the 70s thanks to countless re-runs around the festive period, Capra’s film was one of the many films talking about loss after the devastating events of World War II.

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INTERVIEW: Coralie Fargeat Talks About Pushing the Boundaries With ‘Revenge’ (2017)

Her first feature Revenge follows the character of Jen, a young woman who is left for dead in the desert by three men, ready to be reborn and seek vengeance upon her attackers.

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Top of the Docs #13 – Searching for Sugar Man: A Feel-Good Detective Documentary

“What follows is a heartening story about how meeting your idols can sometimes be a blessed thing for both parties.”

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April Fools’ Day: Being Born a Joke

No culture in the world truly celebrates April Fools’ Day and there are no public holidays for it, yet it’s still in all the calendars every year. Everyone knows it’s on April 1st, which is surprisingly handy when that’s also your date of birth.

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The Krusty Krab: A Conglomerate Nightmare

It may appear as just another parody of a fast-food chain, where minimum wage and long contracted hours are a regularity, but if you dive deeper you can see Spongebob’s workplace is a conglomerate nightmare ala Amazon or Disney.

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Flip Screen’s ‘Best of the Decade’ List – 2010s

Late December is not just ‘holiday season’ but ‘self-reflective season’ – a time when many look back at the year gone by, highlighting the highs and lows of that time. Now at the end of 2019, we have a double-whammy in that we’re not just entering a new year but a new decade. So with…

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