Maya [Short Film Review]

Maya is an incredibly touching piece of cinema – a celebration of the beauty of life. No matter the obstacles, no matter the darkness and no matter the tears.
(Article originally published on 16 Jan 2016 – Latest update on 24 Sept 2016)

Award-Winning Short ‘MAYA’ To Be Released Tomorrow

I keep on saying that every person has their own story that shapes the way they perceive films, music, paintings, and writings… ‘MAYA’ has come at a time in my life when I needed a glimmer of hope the most. Not only is it a very poetic, visually brilliant film, supporting a story that withholds tenderness as much as it does cruelty, but also and mostly a heart-to-heart whisper breathing life into anyone watching it. So I’ll treat myself with this art piece tomorrow and keep it close to forever remember what it feels like to lose faith and find hope again.

‘Amour Toujours’ – Victor Habchy’s Short Film Is Going To Make You Believe In Eternal Love

‘What’s the use of love?’ ask the late two French singers and past lovers, Edith Piaf and Theo Sarapo throughout their legendary song, ‘A quoi ça sert l’amour’. Made with love and a budget of only €40, Victor Habchy tried…

‘Ordinary Madness’ – The Redefinition Of Our Identity & Human Physicality In The Digital Age

After the temporary exhibition of her latest photography project, Ordinary Madness, at Gazelli Art House, Charlotte Colbert and the gallery have recently released the fine art photographer’s limited edition merchandise including the exhibition catalogue featuring the series of photographs, which…

Chyanti [Short Film Review]

Thought-provoking and heartbreaking, Chyanti is the latest short from Nepalese film director and former Gurkha soldier Veemsen Lama. It was produced by Tom Cullingham and Ashok Yadav, adapted from a script by Sampada Malla and interpreted by the very neat and breathtaking cinematography of DoP Arran Green.

‘Dark Sonnet’ by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by C. Riddell

Writer Neil Gaiman and illustrator Chris Riddell joined forces to capture the meaning of true love in this illustrated version of Gaiman’s poem, ‘Dark Sonnet’. The combination of both arts gave birth to a powerful interpretation of the British poet’s written words.

Funny Girl [Musical Review]

The lamps of the theatre slowly go off to give way to a wonderful ball of lights, dancing to the jazzy overture of Funny Girl, which has soon invaded the stalls, and the dress and grand circles. The curtain rises and…


Destino, the old collaboration directed by Salvador Dalí and Walt Disney, brought to life 58 years after it was started, tells the story of Chronos, the personification of Time, and the inability to realise his desire to love a mortal.…