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The J-Man Show#71: Education Matters

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The J-Man returns, and this time in a late night episode he discusses the value of education and why you shouldn’t hesitate in bettering yourself when you need to. 21 more words

Media

The Journey Begins

First of all thanks for joining me in my journey into exploring and learning filmmaking.

As of today it’s been a week since I moved to Farnham to study at the University of Creative Arts or UCA for short, UCA provides great number of courses that focuses on arts and that’s one of the reasons I’ve chosen UCA. 178 more words

Dreams

Interview with Kate Cheeseman (Director of What Happened To Evie)

Hello Kate, thank you for agreeing to this interview. Firstly I’d like to ask how would you describe the plot of the film?

This is something we have struggled to describe succinctly without giving the plot away!   1,120 more words

Interviews

Hej Stockholm!

Caio Simbula, filmmaker and recent transplant from San Francisco, California, is excited to be in Stockholm and ready to contribute his experience from the past decade – film and video production, color grading, and postproduction workflows – to your film/video/media project. 10 more words

Filmmaking

Heroic Misfits & Taxidermied Cats: An Interview with Trent Harris

To look at a photo of Trent Harris, you might mistake him for an upper-middle class father of three with a yen for Solitaire and the odd nip of cognac by an open fireplace. 1,020 more words

Article

THE HOUSE WITH A CLOCK IN ITS WALLS (2018)

Ten-year-old Lewis goes to live with his oddball uncle in a creaky old house that contains a mysterious omnipresent ticking noise (which would no doubt give Captain Hook PTSD). 111 more words

THE LITTLE STRANGER (2018)

During the long, hot summer of 1948, Dr. Faraday travels to Hundreds Hall, home to the Ayres family for more than two centuries. 225 more words