Q&A with Chris Esper On The Pre-production Phase Of Filmmaking

Chris Esper is an American filmmaker who’s been making films since 2010, starting in college as a student filmmaker to eventually making films professionally since 2012 after graduating. In high school, he tried different things and experimented with the camera,…

‘Satisfied’ by Balcony: Music Video Released

After the release of their track, Satisfied, London-based band Balcony have recently shared their associated music video, a beautiful and elegant blend of real and surreal, produced by Wood Cut Films.

Andrew Buckner & The Struggle Of Being A Writer [Writing Review]

Film enthusiast and writer Andrew Buckner has been writing film and book reviews for about twenty years, which he publishes on his blog A Word of Dreams. Besides opinion articles, Andrew also does some creative writing, being the author of…

Q&A With Charlotte Colbert On Her Artistic Journey

Now a renowned name in the world of photography, French filmmaker and artist Charlotte Colbert, unveiled her latest series of photographs – Ordinary Madness – at Gazelli Art House in London last Thursday. Following the narratives of classic stories, each of her photography project…

Q&A With Charlotte Eriksson On Life On The Road & The Journey To Finding A Place To Call Home

At only 18, Charlotte Eriksson – also known as The Glass Child – left her home in Sweden and flew to London to live a life based on her own terms, waking up every morning happy to be breathing and excited to…

Balcony’s Tales Of Love

Our lives are stories that are being told every minute of every day. They are shaped by all of these things that make life worth living. All of these things that make Earth a happy place. It is the dream you dream at night. The starry sky wrapping you in its immensity. It is the universe you find in a person. The gentle touch on your cheek – like a feather landing on your skin. Their hand brushing against yours. Their hand running through your hair. It is all of those tight hugs and eye contacts held for some extra seconds longer. It is love.

17 Reasons Why You Should Love Saint Hoax’s Art

Poplitically incorrect and sociopolitical activist, Saint Hoax is a pseudonymous Middle Eastern artist, cleverly consuming pop culture and politics, stirring them all together, and creating beautiful visuals that reveal some very ugly truths about the modern world. Massive user of Disney and…