The art house cinema finds its definition, firstly, in how its main imperative is the need to achieve expressive merit… as opposed to entertainment value or commercial gain. That is not say … Continue reading My Favourite – Art Films
Originally Published in the now defunct Subtitled Online International film, or world cinema, is largely a sort of genre category utilized by film distributors and retailers in Britain to designate non-British, … Continue reading My Favourite – ‘International’ Cinema
Let me confess. I am a bit of fatster these days. It feels like confessing to being a heroin addict or a dogger or a Trump supporter… but the funny thing … Continue reading Fat, And?
In the UK, we have a television program called Room 101. Taken from Orwell’s 1984, the concept is that people of note make the case for things that they don’t like … Continue reading Fitting In, Standing Out
So I read somewhere recently that the trajectory of most people’s occupational lives can be gleaned by the time they are 30. That whatever they are going to be or do (I’m going to … Continue reading Follow Your Dreams/Fail at 30