Dr Jake Monk Kydd looks at how our Christmas viewing habits have changed.
Dr Ken Fox discusses the remake of Halloween and why we enjoy experiencing fear through the horror genre of film.
Dr Michael Goodrum explains the political and financial influence of the comic book hero, Superman.
Professor Ágnes Gulyás discusses the fundamental changes in local media.
Dr Ken Fox explains why Oscar success for Moonlight was also a success for independent filmmakers.
Dr Agnes Gulyas, Reader in Digital Transformations, looks at the role the media play in politics, focusing on the current US Presidential election.
Professor Mike Weed, Professor of Applied Policy Sciences and Head of the School of Human & Life Sciences, comments on BBC Sport’s coverage of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Dr Ken Fox, Principal Lecturer School of Media, Art & Design, explains why this year’s winners at the Cannes Film Festival are important.
The 88th Academy Awards took place in Hollywood on Sunday, with much talk in the lead-up to the ceremony about whether Leonardo DiCaprio would finally win Best Actor. But the Oscars made the headlines not just to announce this year’s nominees, but for the lack of diversity, with renowned actors Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith, and others, boycotting the event.