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  • Youth Review: The Lobster
    The Lobster is the first English speaking film from writer director Yorgos Lanthimos. Set in a strange alternate reality, it tells the story of a man destined to be turned into a lobster if he can’t find his perfect companion.
  • What's Your Favourite Film about Love?
    This month we go dizzy with love as part of BFI Love Season. To celebrate we asked QUAD Staff their favourite film about love. Read on to hear their choices...
  • Crouching Tiger, Flying Monkey
    Our gallery is currently housing a series of works by the artist Susan Pui San Lok under the title of RoCH Fans And Legends. In these artworks she explores adaptations of the famous Condor Trilogy of wuxia (swordsplay) novels by Chinese writer Louis Cha.
  • Youth Review: Everest
    Everest is the latest disaster adventure film to hit our screens this year, but unlike San Andreas this is not named after a video game and is also a true story, based on the tragedy that befell several climbers on an expedition back in 1996 whilst on the great big Mount Everest.
  • QUAD Recommends... Free App & Online Courses of the Month
    Here at QUAD we love experimenting with digital media. From apps to games and online courses, there are hundreds of free digital tools out there to choose from, so we'll be sharing our staff favourites on this blog each month.
  • Teen Twitter Takeover Day
    Recently, I was invited to take part in a national event, ‘Twitter Takeover’. This is where a group of teenagers within a certain region take over an organisation’s Twitter feed for the afternoon. This occurs across the world.
  • Year 10 Work Experience Review: Jurassic World
    Jurassic World is the “bigger, louder” brother to Jurassic Park, a Steven Spielberg film made 22 years previously.
  • Year 10 Work Experience Review #2: Jurassic World
    After years of waiting, Jurassic Park has finally reopened as the new and improved Jurassic World!
  • Youth Review - Derby Film Festival
    This year Derby Film Festival was a 10 day extravaganza of motion pictures, interviews and performances. Youth Review attended three screenings associated with the festival and so this is a retrospective collective look back at the highs and lows of Derby’s flagship film fest.
  • Top 5 Portrait Photography Tips
    Want to take better portraits? Here are some top tips from photographer Jon Legge, who runs photography courses here at QUAD.
  • Derby Film Festival Review
    I saw 9 films in 10 days and feel that I did justice to the Film Festival for the first time. I missed one day - the day after the election when I was rather weary after staying up until 3.45am. I decided on the first night that I would only see previews or old films which I had not seen. Here we go...
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