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Kaiser Chiefs, Peter Doherty & more to play Bingley Music Live

With the rise of smaller festivals becoming all the more prevalent, Bingley Music Live have quite literally set the standard for this years influx of summer festivals. 259 more words



With thousands of festivals being announced over the summer period, it can be quite overwhelming to discover which festival is right for you to visit this year. 1,056 more words

Little Green Apples

well, that’s over for another year.

The combination Festival weekend (Tennessee Williams and Saints & Sinners) was, as always, a lot of fun and inspiring. It’s always lovely to see friends I don’t get to see very often (if at all), it’s always fun to talk about writing, and listening to writers and readers talking about books and stories and so forth always rejiggers my creativity (which, granted, has been working overtime lately but hasn’t had the requisite ‘park ass in chair and type’ drive that is necessary to get anything done. 403 more words


Abner Benaim Prepares 13-part TV Series ‘El Presidente’

Abner Benaim, one of Panama’s leading helmers, whose 2014 doc “Invasion,” about the 1989 U.S. invasion of Panama, was the country’s 2016 Academy Award entry, is currently preparing a 13-part TV series “El Presidente,” as well as new fiction feature “Plaza Catedral”, while completing his 90-minute music docu “Ruben Blades Is Not My Name,” which he plans to release at the end of 2017. 1,234 more words


Slam dunk Festival Announces Breakout Stage & Bands

There’s been another massive Slam Dunk Festival Announcement! This time it’s been in the form of the Rocksound Break Out Stage and the bands who will be playing! 42 more words


Boomtown: Behind The Barricades

It’s always tricky to explain Boomtown to anybody who hasn’t been before, so videos like this are really handy. It’s a quick behind the scenes video on the theatrical side of the festival, plus there’s a little flashback to when I was the Town Mayor! 16 more words

Boomtown Fair

Jeonju Festival Stands Up for Freedom of Expression in Post-Park Era

“Mis-President,” a film that picks at the myth of South Korea’s recently impeached president Park Geun-hye, is a clear example of the independent editorial line being championed by the Jeonju International Film Festival. 257 more words