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Gig Review: Bob Dylan Live

Fabled folk singer Bob Dylan has written and released 35 studio albums. His songs can be recognised by his unique vocal tones, mystical lyrics and raucous mouth organ solos. In his time he has composed a number of widely known pieces. Anyone who went to the Dylan concert in The Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday […]

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Film Review: Catching Fire

The Hunger Games, a trilogy of films based on the books by Suzanne Collins, returns with the second film: Catching Fire. The original, The Hunger Games, was an experience steeped in detail and brilliance, the ending delivering an eagerness to see what the next film will bring. And so Catching Fire arrives and somehow gives […]

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Bob Dylan’s Rolling Stone Goes Interactive

Like a Rolling Stone is a classic song by the legendary Bob Dylan. Nearly half a century later it’s still rolling, and it still gathers no moss. While this acclaimed piece holds its place in musical history, remarkably it’s never had an official music video. The classic folk song hails from an era very different […]

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Miley Cyrus: A Fan’s View

Miley Cyrus. We all know her. Perhaps from her previous hit TV show, Hannah Montana, or more likely because of the non-stop controversy she creates; her face – and bum – is currently everywhere. We see her in magazines, on music channels and on the news, and her singles We Can’t Stop and Wrecking Ball […]

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Film Review: Captain Phillips

Captain Phillips is the true story of Captain Richard Phillips and the first American cargo ship to be hijacked in two hundred years by Somali pirates. The film is a modern-day piracy thriller from Paul Greengrass, the director of United 93 and the second and third Bourne films. When you’re thinking about pirates and Hollywood, […]

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Films

Exposure is proud to release its latest short film, Lonely Minds

Sexual health vox pop

A short vox pop video and improvised spoken word poem