Here. Us. Now – Cardboard Citizens

https://youtu.be/jV-ZrCxjoD4?list=PL933iMM6fGYIw78vqbQAreXAlh-cnkI9D Directed by Dorothy Allen-Pickard ★★★ There’s a certain image which comes with the term social housing – several images actually. Most postulated by tabloid papers or exploitative media, one of benefits, violence or the downtrodden. In reality – utter nonsense. A raw, often thriving sense of community exists in multiple social housing estates across … Continue reading Here. Us. Now – Cardboard Citizens

A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio – Review

https://youtu.be/ZrOPGjtlhsk Written by Mauro Coche & Guillermo Lockhart ★★★ On this dark, dark night stews a dark, dark idea – and inside this idea sits a bag of bone and sinew, stringing together a consortium of the macabre, hideous and creative stories shared over the neon caked lights of a radio shack glow. A Night of … Continue reading A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio – Review

TRANSFINITE – Scottish Queer International Film Festival

“As infinite as nature itself” Neelu Bhuman’s omnibus of short films TRANSFINITE defies the expectations of a societal construct and achieves a place as a force of nature. The sixth annual Scottish Queer International Film Festival will run October 14th to 18th 2020, with the full programme available in August, but for now, these accessible digital productions … Continue reading TRANSFINITE – Scottish Queer International Film Festival

Scenes For Survival Launch – National Theatre Scotland

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYBt6zCi5pg At this moment, Theatre is fighting tooth & nail for our right to express a freedom of creativity, and engage an appreciation of what we, as a community, can produce. What finer way to demonstrate the capabilities of exceptionally talented individuals coming together, than with a composite of forty-plus digital artworks produced in isolation. … Continue reading Scenes For Survival Launch – National Theatre Scotland

Ghost Stories – Netflix

https://youtu.be/hsab-HJ7kqc Directed by Zoya Akhtar, Dibakar Banerjee, Karan Johar & Anurag Kashyap Written by Various ★★ Prospects begin highly with a creative, richly designed title sequence from Studio Kokaachi, the team behind Netflix’s Lust Stories, scored to a notably foreboding composition by Benedict Taylor. This time, they’re attempting to make the heart stop, rather than pump, with a quintet of Ghost … Continue reading Ghost Stories – Netflix