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Arts Review: O is for Hoolet

Ishbel MacFarlane, Arches, 15th – 17th April

Presented as part of the Arches’ BEHAVIOUR15 festival…

Ishbel MacFarlane’s one-woman show about the Scots language is a touching, thought-provoking and highly enjoyable piece. 406 more words

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Arts Review: Lippy

Dir. Ben Kidd and Bush Moukarzel, Citizens, 8th – 11th April 2015

Presented as part of the Arches’ BEHAVIOUR15 festival…

Dead Centre’s Lippy is complicated, perhaps too much so for its own good. 543 more words

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Interview: Lonely The Brave

Lonely The Brave make the sort of music that defines iconic parts of your life. Could be a break up, or a successful job interview, or seeing breathtaking natural beauty in the world. 1,561 more words

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Film Review: Cinderella

Fairytales are having a renaissance. From the grotesque, dark, high-fantasy world of Snow White and the Huntsman (2011) to the glamorous cheekbones of Angelina Jolie in Maleficent (2014) there is a trend, and evidently an audience, for the reinvention of the familiar tales. 399 more words

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Film Review: Suite Francaise

It’s always difficult when one of my favourite novels is turned into a film; there’s the worry that the filmmakers will somehow have missed the point of the story, that they will have butchered it and twisted it until all that remains is some vaguely recognisable vestiges.   315 more words

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Film Review: Glasgow Short Film Festival 2015

Born from the Glasgow Film Festival, the Glasgow Short Film Festival (GSFF) has grown from a single weekend show to Scotland’s leading short film festival garnering international recognition along the way. 819 more words

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Film Review: Focus

Every heist or con movie has that moment. The moment where the rug is pulled for the first or fifth time and what follows involves the film slowly abandoning any development in the characters which drive it in favour of its own clever-clever aspirations. 312 more words

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