Lakshmi Ajay

Behind the lens: In conversation with YaM

In they walked, swaying perfectly as if in tune to an internal rhythm that only they could hear. Meet Horatio Gould, a 2nd year Film student, Alfie Green a 2nd year English Literature student and Andrew Kirwan a 2nd year History and Politics student and together they form the Yahtzee...
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Posted Feb. 7, 2017

What’s On At Warwick?

Di Caprio All Nighter 23rd Feb, Week 7 Prepare for a whole night for Di Capriciousness with back-to-back screenings of Leonardo Di Caprio’s best films only at the Warwick Student Cinema. The only question that remains is… Can you last AllNight?  James Bond Film Ball Week 9 Film Studies Society...
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Posted Jan. 16, 2017

Mark Kermode Live in 3D: “A simple celebration of film”

Far from a simple film screening punctuated by occasional remarks and reflections (I admit, this is what I feared), Mark Kermode’s aptly titled live show, Mark Kermode: LIVE in 3D, delivers something far more dynamic and enjoyable: eloquently spoken insights, thoughts, witticisms, and reactions to the audience, from a man...
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Posted Nov. 29, 2016

Review: ‘Things I Know To Be True’

Things I Know To Be True is a beautiful production brought to the Warwick Arts Centre by the South Australian company Frantic Assembly. This world touring play has been reviewed by major publications, renowned theatre critics, and has received the best ratings – so what makes my review, as an...
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Posted Oct. 16, 2016

Students Speak: Emily Rose

Boar Film interview Emily Rose who completed her degree in Film Studies and Literature at the University of Warwick in 2015. While at university, she was the Books editor at the Boar, Secretary for Warwick New Writing Society, produced The School for Scandal for Warwick University Drama Society and occasionally...
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Posted Jun. 24, 2016

Review: Warwick Filmmakers’ Showcase

Why would anybody want to watch student-made films? Student films have neither the budget nor the technique of the films we are used to watching on television or cinemas. The camera is a bit too shaky, the acting a bit too flimsy, the lighting a bit too dark to be...
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Posted Jun. 19, 2016

What do the filmmakers have to say?

Boar Film interviews the organisers of the Warwick Filmmakers Showcase, Patrick Sambiasi and Geoffrey Mugford, both students of University of Warwick. The event is to be held on June 16 2016 on campus. Lakshmi Ajay: What according to you makes a ‘good’ film, both as a viewer and as a maker? ...
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Posted Jun. 13, 2016