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Gurinder Chadha: The Power of Cinematic Storytelling

Gurinder Chadha, one of Britain’s most respected filmmakers, responsible for writing and directing Bend it like Beckham, Bride and Prejudice, and – now in cinemas – Viceroy’s House, knows a thing or two about telling a story.

How Not to Advertise Terror

Introducing a seminar at Advertising Week Europe entitled “If advertising is funding terror, what should we do differently?”, Hamish Nicklin, chief revenue officer for Guardian News & Media, acknowledged the difficulty of his position.

The Future of Live Sports Video

What a time to be a sports fan. We are living in an era of unprecedented opportunities for fandom; followers can engage with live sport more easily, intimately and comprehensively than ever before.

How Do You Cover a World Cup Like Russia 2018?

For all the media’s focus on the alleged FIFA corruption behind the bid, frenzied panic over hooliganism, and the resurgent narrative of a Cold War-esque East-West divide, it is quite easy to forget there will be a football tournament going on.

How Africa is Leading the Global Mobile Revolution

If you were asked to locate the forefront of mobile technology innovation on a world map, it is fair to assume a lot of people would opt for the highly concentrated technological community of Silicon Valley.