A Place At The Table

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This quietly unassuming new documentary is unquestionably one of the most powerful sobering wake-up calls I have sat and watched for a very long time. Without any of the dramatic shock tactics and megaphone shouting of high profile exposes from the likes of filmmakers such as Michael Moore, the movie carefully rolls out a stream of the … Continue reading





Al Wei Wei : Never Sorry

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  I got totally swept away with this stunning uplifting movie about the genius who is the celebrated Chinese artist and political activist. Filmmaker Alison Klayman’s debut feature documentary chronicled his life for 3 years starting with his role as a Consultant to Herzog the architects as they constructed the ‘Birds Nest’ Olympic Stadium, and then he immediately infuriated the … Continue reading



Albatross

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  Jessica Brown-Findlay is on roll right now playing willful young girls determined to get their own way.  Fresh off ‘Downtown Abbey’ where as Lady Sybil she gets to run off with the handsome family chauffer, she’s now playing Emelia a very stylish wayward and somewhat wild 17 year-old budding wordsmith trying to ‘find herself’ in a small … Continue reading



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