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Captain Fantastic - My favorite Movie at Sundance

Captain Fantastic may have been my favorite film of Sundance 2016. Viggo Mortenson is a home schooling father with six children in the wilderness forest somewhere in the Pacific Northwest, completely off the grid. 544 more words


 Greetings again from the darkness. There seems to be no end to the theories on how to be an effective parent and raise kids who are productive, well-adjusted and successful.  499 more words


Welcome Patron George MacKay

Excited to announce that actor George MacKay has become Barnes Film Festival’s newest Patron.

George MacKay grew up in Barnes (which he describes as”“a lovely, comfortable place that I was lucky to live in”) and attended the Harrodian School, where he was talent-spotted at age 10 and cast as a Lost Boy in a big screen adaptation of… 136 more words

Review: The Caretaker, The Old Vic, 30.04.16

I’m going to keep this post pretty concise because a) I’m a busy student and b) honestly it’s going to be 80% fangirling and 20% analysis. 1,438 more words


THE CARETAKER at the Old Vic

Now and again there is mystical alchemy of place, play and performance which gives that feeling of synchronisity by being exactly in the right place at the right time. 315 more words


CAPTAIN FANTASTIC (2016): New Trailer From Viggo Mortensen, Kathryn Hahn & Frank Langella

Viggo Mortensen, the star of one of my favourite movies, A History Of Violence (2005) is back with something new and thoroughly intriguing. Directed and written by Matt Ross, Captain Fantastic is a story of a father who chose to raise his children isolated from the outside world… 106 more words


Modern day London living in The Caretaker, with Timothy Spall

Directed by Matthew Warchus

Design by Rob Howell

Running until Saturday 14th May

The Caretaker is worth seeing for the mastery of its small starry cast.

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