Charlie Wilbraham

ARTICLES BY Charlie Wilbraham

Seven Samurai still soars 70 years on at BFI's '100 Years of Japanese Cinema' Festival

Currently showing at Bristol’s Watershed as part of the BFI’s ‘Japan 2021: 100 Years of Japanese Cinema’, Seven Samurai is a film that can only be described through hyperbole; an epic story with huge scope
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Region's top football clubs back new campaign to tackle domestic abuse

The pandemic highlighted aspects of society that many had previously tried to ignore, not least women’s safety. In recognition of this, top sports clubs in the South-West have launched a campaign with the University of Bristol that encourages men to assess their behaviour towards women.
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Top sporting documentaries to see out lockdown

After a year of being stuck indoors you’ve probably rinsed streaming services of their content however Epigram is providing a definitive guide to what are widely seen as the best sports documentaries since 2010, as well as how you can find them.
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Adblocker over pay-per-view: The life of a COVID-era sports fan

Going to the pub to watch sport is a universally loved weekly sporting ritual. It is replicated by people around the world in bars, clubhouses, dive bars, and anywhere else with a big screen, a sports channel subscription and some form of alcohol being sold.
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Lockdown sports series: American Football

Over the coming weeks, Epigram Sport will look at how several University sports clubs have adapted to life in lockdown. In the second article of the series, the newly-promoted University American Football team explain how they have been preparing for next season.
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