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LIFF Review: "An American in Madras" (2014, India)

The less than storied true tale of an Ohio-born director and his 15 year jaunt making movies in Southernmost India, An American in Madras is the story of Ellis R. 552 more words

Film Reviews

Parklife Weekend Review

A couple of weekends ago I went to Park Life, one of the biggest events on the Mancunion calendar. The two day festival promised live shows from some of the best artists in the charts amongst the lush green setting of Hyde Park. 797 more words


Hudson: Hate it or love it?

Almost two weeks after the inaugural Hudson Project, I, along with all those who attended, have finally had time to take the whole thing in. If you haven’t heard for some reason, most of the third day got cancelled because of weather and subsequent safety concerns, leaving dozens of acts cancelled, most notably Bassnectar. 1,153 more words


London Indian Film Fest Review: "Shongram" (2014, Bangladesh)

Shongram is a Bengal film set during the heated conflict of the Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971. The film follows Karim, a young and cheery man, as he goes from an innocent and carefree civilian to a broken soul mired in the conflict. 791 more words

Film Reviews

LeeFest Sun in the Fun

This year’s LeeFest – the sensational award winning non-profit music and arts festival in the countryside of South East London, near Bromley and Croydon… 147 more words

Neil Mach

We Are Cardiff goes to Glastonbury!

Bit of a misleading title seeing as the GREATEST FESTIVAL ON EARTH was nearly two weeks ago now. It’s taken me THIS LONG to recover and manage to write up my experiences. 6,276 more words

Local Culture / Music / Arts

Festival review Best Kept Secret and Rock Werchter

This year I’ve been to both Best Kept Secret and Rock Werchter, which were both incredibly amusing. Some things are the same for every festival: the lack of sleep,the dirty toilets and the insanely long queue for the showers. 755 more words