5 04, 2022

The Biggest Lie in the World…

By |April 5th, 2022|Film Production|0 Comments

…is that Julie is The Worst Person in the World. In this relationship comedy-drama for a new age, there’s one glaring truth: there’s actually a little bit of Julie in all of us. The ‘temp’ gig you take whilst waiting for the ‘right’ thing to come along – which over time becomes a permanent [...]

9 01, 2022

Good Grief: the beguiling beauty of Petite Maman

By |January 9th, 2022|Film Production|0 Comments

Ah, grief. A thing that plagues us all in one way or another, and incidentally, is a hot topic for many of today’s filmmakers. Some of the best cinematic performances we’ve been blessed with in recent years have been centered around it, especially in the horror genre – from Toni “I am your mother!” [...]

17 09, 2021

Should there be a Windrush Monument and what should it look like?

By |September 17th, 2021|Visual Art|0 Comments

June 22nd is Windrush Day, a date that celebrates the contributions of Afro-Caribbean migrants to the United Kingdom. In light of the UK government’s scandalous treatment of many members of the ‘Windrush Generation’ (named after the Empire Windrush ship which brought 492 Caribbean people to Britain in 1948), that same government announced that a [...]

19 06, 2021

Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams: Review of Rifkin’s Festival

By |June 19th, 2021|Film Production|0 Comments

Finally, I managed to see the latest Woody Allen film. It’s not available for streaming, wasn’t released in the UK, and I didn’t want to watch it on a DVD. Apparently, in today’s Dark Age of plague and politically correct puritans, one has to go to a cinema in Eastern Europe in order to [...]