All posts tagged script

Korean 101: the history of Hangul

From the age of seven I have been introduced to many languages and cultures. We were encouraged to learn – well, pay attention to – Spanish, French, and German; however, […]

In Conversation with Gonzalo Maza: Screenwriting at the BFI

‘It wasn’t me writing – it was a stream of ideas flowing through me…I was simply a tool.’  Among the great names that the BFI Future Film Festival gathered this […]

Aestheticism and Moralism in Modern Media

The combined release of Joe Berlinger’s film and documentary series about the serial killer Ted Bundy, with the latter being released on the thirtieth anniversary of his execution, have elicited […]

Exclusive Review: Bryan Singer’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody.’

*SPOILERS will follow.* “Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? Caught in a landslide/ No escape from reality” is the start of Bohemian Rhapsody. In the opening scene […]

Solo: A Star Wars Story Review

Han Solo is one of Star Wars’s most iconic characters. Harrison Ford’s portrayal of the cynic with a noble streak was career defining and shaped the franchise’s storyline. For this […]

The Mummy Review – The ‘Dark Universe’ Needs a Few Bandages to Bring Itself Back to Life after this Lukewarm, yet Innocently Fun, Start

If there is one trend that has really surged into the blood stream of the film industry, it’s the so-called ‘Cinematic Universe’. Marvel, DC, Fox, they’ve all jumped aboard the […]

REVIEW: Half A Sixpence, Noel Coward Theatre

This review comes after having seen Cameron Mackintosh’s reworked revival of the classic musical: ‘Half a Sixpence’ for the second time, five months after having seen it the first time […]

Free Fire Review – Reload Your Energy Levels, Ben Wheatley’s New Film is a Shotgun Blast of Fun

In cinema, there is often a reliance on intricate plot developments, with intrigue aroused by whodunits and convoluted thrillers dependent on a gimmick or MacGuffin that keeps interest at peak level for […]

A Review in Retrospect…Fringe Theatre Brought to the Forefront: This Much

This Much (or An Act of Violence Towards The Institution of Marriage) by John Fitzpatrick Presented by Nik Holtum and Moving Dust Productions Ran at Soho Theatre from 7th June […]