Rosemary Collins

Film & TV Editor (2014/15)

Rosemary has written 38 articles for Nouse

York Human Rights Film Festival Review: The Square

An award-winning documentary provides an eyewitness depiction of the Egyptian revolution. Rosemary Collins reviews

Making waves

Are we in danger of emptying our oceans of fish? Rosemary Collins talks to the York students behind a new film shedding light on the subject

Preview: York Human Rights Film Festival

This month, a York student-organised festival will show a variety of films about protest around the world. Rosemary Collins takes a look at what’s on offer

Review: Still Alice

Julianne Moore deserved her Oscar for her depiction of an Early-onset Alzheimer’s patient in a powerful but sometimes laboured drama, says Rosemary Collins

Critical thinking

Guardian film critic Peter Bradshaw speaks to Rosemary Collins about disputes with filmmakers and the place of professional film criticism in the age of the Internet

Plans for student letting agency rejected for second time

The trustee board felt the plans for the letting agency were financially unviable

Full Time Officers Debate 2015: As it happened

Live updates from this year’s full time officers debate in the Roger Kirk Centre

To Kill a Mockingbird sequel… 55 years on

Is Harper Lee’s new novel, Go Set a Watchman, as exciting as first thought? Rosemary Collins considers the reality of To Kill a Mockingbird’s sequel

The Invisible Illness

University of York students talk to Rosemary Collins about their experiences with mental health problems and what they feel needs to be done next in the mental health sector

Anger over ‘sarcastic’ English feedback

Markers’ comments were criticised for being illegible and vague

TV Review: Black Mirror: White Christmas

Charlie Brooker’s Christmas special of his series of sci-fi fables isn’t much of a present for the show’s fans, says Rosemary Collins

A Bitter Republic

Rosemary Collins chats to Piers Alexander, a former York Politics student, about the success of his new book, The Bitter Trade