Podcast: We’re Not So Different, You And I…

It’s an attempt to group some of the Film Team’s favourite movies together around a weekly theme. The picks might seem like an unlikely match, but listen closely for the common element. After all, “Gone With The Wind” and “Saving Private Ryan” are both about wars, right? They’ll cover concepts that those on staff believe make us human: revenge, jealousy, friendship and fighting-Nazis-whilst protecting-archaeological-treasures.

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Podcast: We’re Not So Different, You And I…

It’s an attempt to group some of the Film Team’s favourite movies together around a weekly theme. The picks might seem like an unlikely match, but listen closely for the common element. After all, “Gone With The Wind” and “Saving Private Ryan” are both about wars, right? They’ll cover concepts that those on staff believe make us human: revenge, jealousy, friendship and fighting-Nazis-whilst protecting-archaeological-treasures.

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Podcast: Intimacy Without Equality?

The play, “Statements of an Arrest Under the Immorality Act,” is the story of forbidden love between a white librarian and a coloured schoolteacher in 1960s South Africa. Their feelings for each other easily fractured by apartheid, the two must come to terms with a painful truth. Director Milja Fenger and Marcel Miller sit down with The Oxford Student to discuss what this piece means to them.

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