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Film Review: Stuck in Love

Stuck in Love is an independent film written and directed by Josh Boone. The drama follows the turbulent love lives of novelist Bill Borgen (Grey Kinnear), his high school aged son Rusty (Nat Wolf), and his daughter Sam (Lily Collins) who is a freshman in college. 536 more words

Film & TV

He's Not Iron Man

Tony Stark’s most famous suit is red and yellow and made of metal. Outside of that, the Stark of the Marvel Iron Man and Avengers… 747 more words

Film & TV

Geek It! Doraemon Movie, Action Movie Kid, Dancing Squid, What's a Walkman?

THE AWESOMENESS: Move over Spiderman and Batman — Action Movie Kid is here!

Action Movie Kid has been making headlines for the past few weeks, and he is exactly what his name implies — Action Movie Kid. 247 more words


"You've been a long way away, thank you for coming back to me"

(Image of Brief Encounter from thefilmexperience.net)

I’ve been a very bad blogger lately, it’s been a long time since I posted.

I’m planning a bit of a revamp around here, along with a proper portfolio, so keep an eye out for changes and I hope you like them! 19 more words

My Life (or Lack Of...)

Recife Playable City video

Earlier this year, I talked about the Playable City project between Bristol and Recife. It seems they’ve made a new video about it. Enjoy!

Recife Blog

Unexpected Consequences of the Comcast-Netflix Deal

“Buffering…Please wait.” When these words appear on computer screens, televisions or any other viewing devices, they can drive people insane. People now expect to be able to watch a high definition, quality feature film or television show with the click of the button. 492 more words

User Experience (UX)

My short film "Sea Whispers" premiered at The Attic Film Festival 2014

Just came back from The Attic Film Festival 2014, where I watched my film on the big screen for the first time.

Can’t say enough thank-yous to Noel Brady for making it happen (acting as a director, producer, prop maker… and most of the crew in general…) and the whole cast: 16 more words