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Wild Rose, or: I Och the Line

It’s February on the Blog Collab, meaning all month long will be dedicated to feminism on film! Kicking things off is a tale of that smooth Nashville sound in…Glasgow? 679 more words

Film Reviews

It takes big buns to pay for a sofa. “Calendar Girls” (2003)

directed by Nigel Cole
© 2003 Buena Vista Pictures. All Rights Reserved.

Let’s finish the week wish some positive vibes. Today I have a very sweet production for you. 377 more words

To Watch

Billy Elliot (2000) Review

There is something perfectly simple about Billy Elliot. At its core it is a movie about a boy who disobeys his family’s wishes and pursues ballet dancing in secret. 614 more words


FILMMAKING: Living out my Harry Potter fantasies on Wild Rose

Photo credit: Neon

I’d love to be able to say that my first experience working on a feature film was all down to my own outstanding determination and skill, however it was – as is usually the case in these situations – a combination of pure luck and ‘being in’ with the right people. 280 more words

Personal Services

Evidently, Personal Services is based, loosely, on the life of one Cynthia Payne, who became something of a popular heroine in England by running a genteel brothel in the London surburbs. 452 more words


Wild Rose (2018)

Wild Rose (2018). Directed by Tom Harper. Starring Jessie Buckley, Julie Walters and Sophie Okonedo.


A troubled upbringing rooted in a working class, Scottish environment proves to be surprisingly fertile ground for the artistic development of an aspiring country musician in this deeply rooted, realistic and inspiring tale of chasing your dreams and becoming the person you know you are meant to be. 235 more words

Film Review

Franchise Weekend - Paddington (2014)

Director: Paul King

Writer: Paul King, Hamish McColl (Screenplay) Michael Bond (Creator)

Starring: Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Julie Walters, Jim Broadbent, Peter Capaldi, Nicole Kidman, Ben Whishaw… 801 more words