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Top Greek Films

Greek cinema has a long and rich history with many Greek directors and actors gaining international acclaim for their work. In 1906 Greek Cinema was born when the Manakis Brothers started recording in Macedonia and the French filmmaker “Leons” produced the first “Newscast” from the midi-Olympic Games of Athens (the unofficial Olympic games of 1906). 438 more words


Never Ever Again

Never ever again refers to going to see a horror film. I’m not great with horror films – at all. But I went to see ‘Annabelle’ with Shauna & Marty on Wednesday and it’s safe to say I will never be going to see one again, not soon anyway! 468 more words

Ciao Bella


The third film I saw at the BFI Film Festival was a Bulgarian art film called Viktoria. It follows Viktoria a girl born without an umbilical cord and unwanted by her mother as she goes from being the symbol for Communist Bulgaria to having her world crash around her as the revolution for independence takes shape. 319 more words


Autumn/Winter Movie Preview & Gone Girl Review...

Here’s my most recent articles for Popjunk.net -

04/09 – Wormholes, morons, and gruesome death – an Autumn/Winter movie preview…

“So summer’s done – it went really quickly, didn’t it? 138 more words


Boyhood; Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; Obecná škola, an interview...

Here’s my latest reviews for the Expat Centre here in Brno, Czech Republic -

20/8 – Boyhood (2014) – Life, or something like it…

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Urban Gardening In Stockholm

The cinema was asked to arrange a screening as the endpoint of a bicycle tour around urban gardening sites in Stockholm. All part of the Urban Gardening Safari-program, organized by artist… 841 more words


Magia ao Luar

Quando se junta razão, espiritualidade e amor o resultado só pode ser mágico!

Colin Firth está fabuloso como sempre, e encarna uma personagem muito racional que faz tudo para não acreditar em nada que não seja deste mundo. 26 more words