Why film is good – in terms of relating to societies today. In an hour or so, an issue can be confronted and exposed to an audience of people. The audience may already be knowledgeable, or politically aware of the topic involved; or the audience may be opened to something they did not yet know. Either […]Read More Why Film is Good
I was treated to a taste of the Raindance Film Festival by my sister last month at Vue Piccadilly. Whilst browsing the selection of films to go see, two stood out: Nascent and The Shepherd. We had to pick one, so picked The Shepherd, to discover that Nascent was the short film showing just before The Shepherd […]Read More Raindance Film Festival
Through watching film, an aspect of interest for me is very often the meaning and truth behind a story, and its relevance on society today. My previous post on La Haine was a good example of this, where the corruption, discrimination, police brutality and stereotypes were a reflection of present day societies. Or my post before […]Read More Save Kiribati – Save Our Planet!