As 2014 takes its last breaths I’ll be sitting in an airport lounge ready to kick start my 2015, catching up with old friends in new and old spaces. So excited, but before I fast forward in time, let’s go back… 2014 has been a year of Hello’s and Goodbyes. So many more Hello’s thanContinue reading “2014 – Goodbyes and Good Hello’s”
Oooh, feeling all excited! Went to see The Conjuring tonight with B and almost made it to the end! And before you start saying anything, I had to leave because I was meeting someone. Not because I was scared!! This is a turnaround for me. As a rule I don’t watch horror movies, but theContinue reading “The Conjuring”
Misplaced the programme for The Edinburgh Short Film festival? Well here’s a useful link Edinburgh short film festival Action to animation and no longer than ten minutes a film, the short film festival is a must see this weekend 7-9th June. So if you’re in Edinburgh, make sure you head to Summerhall or the GranaryContinue reading “Edinburgh Short Film Festival”
It was with trepidation and nerves I headed to see The Great Gatsby this weekend. Having read the reviews and heard second hand a few times ‘it’s not meant to be good’ it was understandable. The F Scott Fitzgerald book is one of my favourites, and Baz Lurhmann? I just LOVE what he does withContinue reading “The Great Gatsby”
Fellas beware and ladies prepare! After a Ryan Gosling mini festival, I watched Blue Valentine, Fracture, Drive, Gangster Squad within days ( I like doing this, all cosy on the sofa, ahhhh!) and settled down to watch The Ides of March. Ten minutes in I’d realised i’d already seen it. Funny because i usually rememberContinue reading “I Heart Ryan Gosling”
I don’t want to spoilt this film so all I’m going to say is that it’s a bloody good British film, go and see it, (and go and see it at the Cameo). As a typical girl, there’s a few parts were I hid behind my hands, which you need for the story to work, soContinue reading “Sightseers – Q and A at the Cameo, Edinburgh”
When planning a journey, I am not the sort of girl to consult a map. Edinburgh I know like the back of my hand, but when going any further i’d most likely Google the route, check which roads I need to be on, maybe check for landmarks then set out. Half the fun for meContinue reading “Everything Has Already Been Done.”
As mentioned in a previous post, I have lots of ccreative and talented friends. I feel truly blessed to know these guys and they always inspire me. It occurred to me that you might like to hear their stories and so, here you go! I sent them all 4 questions about their careers, the answers are fab.Continue reading “My Creative Friends – Ozzie Aziz, Singer/Actor”
Made in Dagenham – amazing and inspiring film, I really liked it!! Click on the title to read more….
The Facebook film everyone is Facebooking about!!!!….Confused? Click on the title to find out what I thought…..