FilmSpace: Five Feet Apart; Ben is Back; The White Crow
Film critic Calum Cooper looks back at the week’s additional releases, including the teen romance, Five Feet Apart, the Julia Roberts led Ben is Back, and Ralph Fiennes’ latest directorial feature, The White Crow.
Five Feet Apart – ★★☆☆☆
Stacey Anderson and Natali Milligan: How we're building food solidarity in Castlemilk
Contributing to our special week of coverage on the right to food, Stacey Anderson and Natali Milligan from Women Against Capitalism in Castlemilk explain why they are organising a local event on 13 April based around sharing food
CASTLEMILK Share and Care isn't about helping folk (although it is) its not dishing out charity or handing anything down.
Special week of coverage on the right to food: Send us your views
THE deadline for submissions to the Scottish Government’s consultation on how Scotland can become a Good Food Nation has been pushed back a few weeks, from 29 March to 18 April.
This gives an extra bit of time to generate discussion and ideas on how Scotland’s food system should be changed, and what government can do to make that change happen.
FilmSpace: Serenity; What Men Want; Fisherman's Friends
Film critic Calum Cooper examines some of the week’s past releases, including a bafflingly bad new film starring Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway, a loose remake on a Nancy Meyers film, and a biopic on sea shanty singers.
Serenity – ★☆☆☆☆
Isla Aitken: The waters are rising – and so are the children
Isla Aitken (@IslaAitken) looks at government and media reaction to the global school strikes for climate, after attending the 3000 strong protest at the Scottish Parliament today [15 March]
“WHAT about the kids studying for Highers?” the adults said. “We shouldn’t be saying it’s ok to truant.” “It won’t change anything.” “Why don’t they protest on Saturday morning?” “They just want to be on the news.”