Phoebe Christofi, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham

Review: I, Tonya

Resident Australian Phoebe Christofi gives her opinions on I, Tonya an Australian film about American figure skater Tonya Harding

Posted on 6th March 2018

Review: The Crown Season 2 & Dame Harriet Walter Interview

TV Critic Phoebe Christofi gives her thoughts on the second season of the Netflix royal drama, in light of a recent chance she got to catch up with Dame Harriet Walter who portrayed Clementine Churchill in the first season of The Crown

Posted on 19th January 2018

Multi-Review: The Last Jedi (Spoiler Free)

Arguably the biggest release of the year, Star Wars: The Last Jedi requires Redbrick Film's combined forces to be properly reviewed

Posted on 21st December 2017

Black Site: An Intro to Filmmaking

TV Editor Matt Dawson and Film Critic Phoebe Christofi preview the indie flick Black Site and chat to the director Tom Paton about the production process

Posted on 19th December 2017

A Very Redbrick Christmas

With the holiday season in full swing, Redbrick Film's contributors each makes their case for the best Yuletide film

Posted on 16th December 2017

David Bradley: Question Time

TV's Phoebe Christofi caught up with Harry Potter and Game of Thrones actor David Bradley at the 2017 Birmingham MCM Comic Con where he gave a Q&A ahead of his appearance in this year's Doctor Who Christmas special

Posted on 15th December 2017

Recipe: Halloumi and Beetroot Sliders

Phoebe Christofi presents an homage to halloumi, plus a deliciously easy recipe to try out.

Posted on 6th December 2017

Review: Call Me by Your Name

Film Critic Phoebe Christofi can find no fault in Call me by your Name, the latest from Director Luca Guadagnino, a film many are hailing as a masterpiece

Posted on 23rd November 2017

Peaky Blinders Series 4 Premiere Review

As the infamous Brummie gang returns for a fourth series, TV Critic Phoebe Christofi gives a spoiler-filled look at the explosive opening episode of Peaky Blinders

Posted on 20th November 2017

Review: Murder on the Orient Express

Film Critic Phoebe Christofi advises you book a ticket on the orient express, so long as Poirot joins you

Posted on 16th November 2017

An Insight into Adelaide

Travel writer Phoebe Christofi reminds us to reconsider 'Australia's best-kept secret', Adelaide

Posted on 13th November 2017

Little Miss Pole Fitness

Phoebe Christofi dismisses the stigma regarding Pole Fitness, arguing that it brings a whole new meaning to the word 'liberation'

Posted on 2nd November 2017