Ride The Wave – Review

https://youtu.be/wc_WWv4eBYE Written & Directed by Martyn Robertson UK/2021/78mins ★★★★ When we first encounter Ben Larg, he is twelve, and embarking on a journey to Japan to take part in the under eighteen's world surfing championships. The Scottish champion has been entering competitions since he was eleven, and quite openly and humbly – accepts that he … Continue reading Ride The Wave – Review

Lion Spy – Review

https://youtu.be/faH-Pp1Sll0 Written & Directed by Rogue Rubin Australia/2022/76mins ★★★★ There’s something remarkable about the King of the Jungle. For one, you’d never find them in a Jungle. But the Lion, the cultural hegemonic symbol of the animal kingdom depicted in sculpture, art and literature as a persistent and encompassing symbol for centuries finds their existence … Continue reading Lion Spy – Review

Concept For a Film – Assembly Studios

Second Body - Concept for a Film, Assembly Studio 4, Edinburgh, 17th Aug 2022 © 2022 J.L. Preece We’ve all had those nights, especially the ex-film students among us, those nights of a few drinks, some nibbles, perhaps a few extra flavourings, and thought the same; this film idea could change the world. The difference … Continue reading Concept For a Film – Assembly Studios

Camping Trip – Review

https://youtu.be/q561Vqr8n70 Directed by Demian Fuica & Leonardo Fuica Written by Leonardo Fuica 2020/USA/115mins ★★ The feeling of freedom after the initial lockdown was a peculiar one. The fear was latent, but very much still there. Our desire to see others peaked, and our initial concerns about touching, embracing, and kissing others wilted at the sight … Continue reading Camping Trip – Review

Rob Madge: My Son’s a Queer (But What Can You Do) – Underbelly

Created by Robert Madge ★★★★★ You’ve likely already seen the cute videos of the young kid, recreating the over-commercialised Magical wonder of Disney in their living room. For shame if not - in the videos of Robert Madge, Mickey Mouse signs autographs, Belle finds their Beast, Bert misses his cue, and Maleficent is once again … Continue reading Rob Madge: My Son’s a Queer (But What Can You Do) – Underbelly