Ana Young

I started writing for S&C while at UCL studying Spanish and Italian. I'm always passionately trying to learn more about different cultures and I believe that truly makes me a more wholesome person. Photography is my current outlet for creativity.


Posts by Ana Young:

REVIEW Yuli – The Carlos Acosta Story

By 12 April, 2019

For those not familiar, Carlos Acosta, born in Cuba in ’73  into an impoverished family, is one of the most well renowned ballet dancers in history. Raise the curtains, cue the lights, and get ready to experience the... Read Article

REVIEW Baronesa

By 03 September, 2018

At this year’s opening night at Open City Documentary Festival, you’ll be able to watch Baronesa, a film directed by Juliana Antunes released last year in Brazil. The film follows Andreia and her friends in their day-to-day lives... Read Article

REVIEW A Fantastic Woman

By 28 February, 2018

Deciding to review A Fantastic Woman, after finding out it was nominated for the Oscar for Best Foreign Film already set the precedence that critics love it – and that’s why I decided to approach it without reading... Read Article

Zeca Pagodinho Brings Brazil to London

By 14 December, 2016

Zeca Pagodinho took to Hammersmith Apollo’s stage on the 29th November in London to celebrate 100 years of samba. If you followed the night on Sounds and Colours’ Instagram account you’ll know just how energetic the whole night... Read Article

REVIEW Transit Havana

By 06 July, 2016

Director Daniel Abma has created a film that shows the reality of Cuba in many layers, some of which are subtle and some that are not. The name of the film itself, Transit Havana gives one the impression... Read Article