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[Film Review] The Whales of August (1987)

Title: The Whales of August
Year: 1987
Country: USA
Language: English
Genre: Drama
Director: Lindsay Anderson
Screenwriter: David Berry
based on his own play
Music: Alan Price… 590 more words

Film Review

Uncovering the design for 'Early Days'

A guest post by Hannah Shapland, BA Theatre Design student at Rose Bruford College. (See also Talking with David Storey.)

This week I have been looking at the archived files for information on… 973 more words

Goodbye Love Film!

We’ve been subscribed to Love Film in its several incarnations for years.

But Amazon sent an email a couple of months ago to inform us that the DVD-rental-in-the-post that we’ve enjoyed so much was coming to an end. 523 more words

TV And Film

Histories and Legacies

Me and Richard Lester. Photo by Sheldon Hall, complete with psychedelic projections. Thanks, Sheldon!

The image above was taken at the symposium British Cinema in the 1960s: Histories and Legacies… 624 more words



Lindsay Anderson and Dana Vanveller hatched a plan to travel across Canada in a quest to   discover what Canadians eat.  We all know that Canada is comprised of many ethnic backgrounds throughout the ten provinces and three territories and when I read that they were going to do this I thought I’ve got to pick their book up –  “Feast – Recipes and Stories from a Canadian Road Trip”.   198 more words

This & That

Perfect Directors: Lindsay Anderson

Some directors don’t need a long filmography to secure their status as a perfect director. In fact, as it’s been demonstrated from the filmographies of… 2,010 more words


Feast by Lindsay Anderson and Dana VanVeller

I’ve been on a hold list at my local library for eight months to try and get my hands on Feast, and I finally found it by happy accident on the Express shelf. 201 more words