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The purpose of Documentary | ‘The Biggest Little Farm’ & ‘Apocalypse Cow’ – Review

The purpose of Documentary | ‘The Biggest Little Farm’ & ‘Apocalypse Cow’ – Review

Do documentaries have a responsibility to educate and inspire their viewers? In this review Imogen and Elliot look at two films that tackle one of today’s most contentious and relevant topics: sustainable agriculture. Award winning feature The Biggest Little Farm focuses on one couple’s mission to bring sustainable farming to an arid crop of land in California, whilst George Monbiot’s controversial Apocalypse Cow dives headfirst into the perils of...

By London, UK
Thred Talk – The DIY Generation | SoundCloud rap

Thred Talk – The DIY Generation | SoundCloud rap

What does it mean to be a pop star in 2020? As social media continues to change how we consume and discover new music, up-and-coming Gen Z artists are finding their voice without record labels, taking to platforms such as SoundCloud to distribute work independently. Elliot and Charlie sit down to chat about this new DIY era, considering how new waves of young hip hop and pop acts are...

By London, UK
Thred Talk – Vegan Banana Bread | Veganuary vs Reganuary

Thred Talk – Vegan Banana Bread | Veganuary vs Reganuary

To get this year started on the right foot, the Thred team decided to take up the Veganuary challenge… okay, so we weren’t religious with our new diets, but did cut down on the meat, tried many vegan alternatives, and learnt a lot. Elliot adapts his office monday morning classic banana bread recipe to make it vegan, and uses the opportunity to discuss the pros and cons of Veganuary, and...

By London, UK
Thred Talk – Periods

Thred Talk – Periods

One in ten UK women struggle to afford feminine hygiene products and one in five teenage girls have skipped school because of their periods. Imogen, Jamie, and Sofia discuss period poverty around the world, and the Gen Z activists that have started a long overdue conversation around this monumental issue. Also, we get some interesting insight into where Jamie thinks menstrual pads go… Nadya Okamoto: