Monthly Archives: May 2016

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Shakespeare

BRUTUS Grant that, and then is death a benefit: So are we Caesar’s friends, that have abridged  105 His time of fearing death. Stoop, Romans, stoop, And let us bathe our hands in Caesar’s blood Up to the elbows, and

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Shakespeare

BRUTUS Grant that, and then is death a benefit: So are we Caesar’s friends, that have abridged  105 His time of fearing death. Stoop, Romans, stoop, And let us bathe our hands in Caesar’s blood Up to the elbows, and

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Mode Theory

Mode Theory To do list Creativity Photojournalism Motion tracking and compositing Audience theory Cinema 4D Colour

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Mode Theory

Mode Theory To do list Creativity Photojournalism Motion tracking and compositing Audience theory Cinema 4D Colour

Sharpe’s Enemy

  Sharpe’s Enemy  (Clegg, 1994) Written by Eoghan Harris adapted from the novel by Bernard Cornwell This insightful exchange appears to be entirely original work. Especially interesting is the last line.  Sir Augustus: Disciplined troops desert, sir? Nonsense. Wellington:Don’t be a

Sharpe’s Enemy

  Sharpe’s Enemy  (Clegg, 1994) Written by Eoghan Harris adapted from the novel by Bernard Cornwell This insightful exchange appears to be entirely original work. Especially interesting is the last line.  Sir Augustus: Disciplined troops desert, sir? Nonsense. Wellington:Don’t be a

Black Knight

Not a film that amuses much but the opening credits are a well observed and funny bathroom scene acted by the lead. With no lines the scene is entirely dependant on physical comedy/mime. Plays to the audience beautifully Short cuts keep the

Black Knight

Not a film that amuses much but the opening credits are a well observed and funny bathroom scene acted by the lead. With no lines the scene is entirely dependant on physical comedy/mime. Plays to the audience beautifully Short cuts keep the

The Bunker (1981)

Anthony Hopkins as Hitler carries the entire film being in practically every scene of this made for TV dramatisation of Hitlers last days. His captivating and disturbing performance won him the Lead Actor Emmy in 1982.  The rest of the

The Bunker (1981)

Anthony Hopkins as Hitler carries the entire film being in practically every scene of this made for TV dramatisation of Hitlers last days. His captivating and disturbing performance won him the Lead Actor Emmy in 1982.  The rest of the

Films not written up

In Which We Serve   war time Noel Coward wonderful but tragic The Bunker Anthony Hopkins American Beauty  Tragic end always in sight Milk moving account of gay rights Run Lola Run  Very useful running scene that will use in

Films not written up

In Which We Serve   war time Noel Coward wonderful but tragic The Bunker Anthony Hopkins American Beauty  Tragic end always in sight Milk moving account of gay rights Run Lola Run  Very useful running scene that will use in

Exhibitions not written.

Other exhibition Photographic Show, Birmingham Good learning opportunity Helmet Newton Exhibition -Berlin  Inspiring large images of powerful women. Salvador Dali Exhibition- Potsdammerstrasse, Berlin  Disappointing Film Museum- Sony Centre, Berlin  Fantastic mirror great costumes Cameron Exhibition-Science Museum Disappointing and rather mysogynistic

Exhibitions not written.

Other exhibition Photographic Show, Birmingham Good learning opportunity Helmet Newton Exhibition -Berlin  Inspiring large images of powerful women. Salvador Dali Exhibition- Potsdammerstrasse, Berlin  Disappointing Film Museum- Sony Centre, Berlin  Fantastic mirror great costumes Cameron Exhibition-Science Museum Disappointing and rather mysogynistic