Rosemary Collins

Film & TV Editor (2014/15)

Rosemary has written 38 articles for Nouse

Review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

The latest instalment of the Hunger Games series is the darkest yet… and has some disturbing parallels with the world today. Rosemary Collins reviews

Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2014: Round-up of Day 3

Rosemary Collins and Rhys Thompson report from the final day of the 2014 Aesthetica Short Film Festival… and it’s time to announce the winners

Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2014: Round-up of Day 2

Would you base your life on the flip of a coin? Are we going to bury ourselves in rubbish? And what happens when a filmmaker photographs the same woman every day for a year? Rosemary Collins and Alex Killeen go on a journey of discovery at York’s Aesthetica Short Film Festival

Preview: Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2014

Rosemary Collins urges York film lovers to give the city’s annual short film festival a go

Lighting it up at LUMA

Rosemary Collins gets a sneak preview of the wide variety of York student films showing this weekend at the LUMA Film Festival

Review: Concussion

Adult in every sense of the word, this drama about a lesbian housewife turned escort asks what comes after equality. Rosemary Collins reviews

Review: Common People

Some clumsy writing mars an otherwise endearing comedy-drama about life on a London common. Rosemary Collins reviews

“Don’t listen to the people who say you can’t”: Kerry Skinner talks about her hit independent film, Common People

Film director Kerry Skinner tells Nouse about parrots, perseverance and shooting in the wettest April since records began

Review: Tracks

This Australian outback tale is complex, compelling and establishes Mia Wasikowska as one of the best young actresses around. Rosemary Collins reviews

Series Review: Jamaica Inn

If a programme attracts over 800 complaints, is that a sign it’s doing something right? Rosemary Collins reviews the BBC’s dark period drama, Jamaica Inn

Oscar hustings: 12 Years a Slave and Nebraska

This week, the Nouse film team take a look at the Best Picture Oscar nominees and argue why each one deserves to win. Today, Gemma Horton and Rosemary Collins make the case for 12 Years a Slave and Nebraska

Preview: Ghost Town

Rosemary Collins talks to York alumnus Jessica Fisher ahead of the debut of her play ‘Ghost Town’