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December 2014

Before, During, and After: A backstage pass to “The Experiment” (Review)

By: Aleya Arziz Marzuki (Bugle Team)

Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes of one-off events like circuses and funfairs? What work goes into creating the magic you see? What do organisers and volunteers have to deal with before the show can begin? If this has intrigued you, read on! Continue reading “Before, During, and After: A backstage pass to “The Experiment” (Review)”

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For massacres, I usually wore Jeans: Watching “The act of killing” (Review)

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By: Eleanor Brown (Bugle Team) – 
This review is associated with the screening of the documentary “The Act of Killing”, an event hosted by the Psychology Society (17.11.14). 

Murderers and pillars of society aren’t usually ascribed to the same group of people, but on Monday 17th of November, the UCLU Film and Psychology societies screened Joshua Oppenheimer’s documentary The Act of Killing in which those who committed such atrocities are also lauded and celebrated. Continue reading “For massacres, I usually wore Jeans: Watching “The act of killing” (Review)”

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