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Happy Easter- Go See Calvary.

Last Sunday evening I went to see Calvary. It made me cry in the dark at the QFT, (not the first time this has happened), it brought to mind many of the reasons why faith has always been both a struggle and a necessity for me and it stuck with me, like the proverbial thorn in the flesh, all through Easter week. 1,086 more words

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The Sea : A Film Review

The Sea by John Banville, for which he has written this screenplay film adaptation is a novel which one does not immediately see as being of a visual narrative. 1,889 more words

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Conor Gillespie - Borgman

I don’t know where I find some of these films, well actually I found ‘Borgman’ trolling through the QFT’s Belfast film festival booklet. If you look hard enough you will find the type of films you’re after, I toss and turn at night knowing there are amazing films out there I haven’t, and probably will never see. 559 more words

Starred Up : A Film Review

Director David MacKenzie. Written by Jonathan Asser. UK 2013. 1hr 46mins.
12 x 7 x 10 feet high
Every cell in the Crumlin Road jail was around these dimensions. 1,380 more words

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ACES- Three Months In

So I’m three months in to my year of ACES funding from Arts Council NI and I’m sure you’re all dying to know what I’ve been up to. 548 more words

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BV-Formalism I

The Batalin-Vilkovisky (BV) formalism is a way of making sense of the expression

where is some space acted upon by and is some -invariant function on . 354 more words

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