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Good Code

Recently I come up with this idea of writing a blog which is about programming related things that I will learn during the constant learning process of my life. 303 more words

Best Practice

The Princess Bride at the GFF

February might e the shortest month of the year but it has one rather entertaining highlight. No it’s not Valentine ’s Day, it’s the Glasgow Film Festival. 589 more words

Life

Review: Lady Macbeth at GFF

Director William Oldroyd’s film aims, in his own words, to ‘unstarch the period drama’. Adapted from Nikolai Leskov’s 1865 novel Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk by screenwriter Alice Birch, and transposed to the North East of England, it falls perilously close between Catherine Cookson and a murder ballad. 345 more words

Spoilt Victorian Child

Film Review: Toni Erdmann

In association with Glasgow Film Theatre

British film magazine Sight & Sound polled 163 film critics from around the world at the end of 2016 to find the consensus on what the best film of the year was. 409 more words

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PROFILE: LULLABY

Donna Rutherford has always written in a lyrical, earthy way on family, ageing and what it is to be human. Lullaby, which follows on from her previous works  447 more words

Lorna Irvine

Film Review: Panic

In association with Glasgow Film Theatre

Imagine if Taken had a protagonist suffering from PTSD and was set in the concrete jungle of London. Reclusive Andrew (David Gyasi) and his promiscuous companion Amy (Pippa Nixon) are admiring the view from his flat when they see beautiful neighbour Kem (Yennis Cheung) attacked by an imposing figure. 380 more words

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