Reflexive Log: “Multimedia Journalism” – University of Westminster, London

As summer school is slowly drawing to an end, it is time for me to share with you my opinion about these three weeks I spent at the University of Westminster in London. I’m currently studying at the University of Liège in Belgium, majoring a Master Degree in Journalism. By crossing the sea and a … More Reflexive Log: “Multimedia Journalism” – University of Westminster, London

Profile: Christopher Nolan. From “Following” to “Dunkirk”; how the kid from Westminster became the genius filmmaker we acclaim today

As Christopher Nolan released his new piece of art – Dunkirk – last week, we look back at his impressive career and the remarkable work he has accomplished since his very first debuts in 1998 with Following. The success of this movie propelled the director who kept confirming his talent since then. However, despite his … More Profile: Christopher Nolan. From “Following” to “Dunkirk”; how the kid from Westminster became the genius filmmaker we acclaim today

Opinion Piece. Roger Federer: when “youth has no age”

Last weekend, Roger Federer made history and won his eighth Wimbledon trophy. A day to remember for the Swiss player, while facing criticism about a so-called retirement. “Youth has no age” once quoted Pablo Picasso. It sounds like the citation hasn’t aged a day, looking back at Roger Federer’s incredible 2017 season. Winning his eighth Wimbledon at … More Opinion Piece. Roger Federer: when “youth has no age”

Food Review. Dum Dum Donutterie: “Donut worry, be happy”

Ready for some real British artisan donuts? Can you remember the last time food brought you straight to paradise? That very special moment when the first bite makes you forget everything? Well, I can. If you happened to stop by the Food Festival (#JustEat) in Old Street last weekend, then you might know what I’m … More Food Review. Dum Dum Donutterie: “Donut worry, be happy”