Let’s look at the world a little differently

Initially an advert for Coca-Cola (2012), this video inviting people to ‘look at the world a little differently’ has resurfaced on my Facebook feed this week and eases off on the stigma around security cameras. At a time when security…

One Song #5 – Memories of You by Turner Cody

Mondays always have that scrap of nostalgia from the weekend, that piece of time easily come and quickly gone, and now lost – or almost. Little joys and dramas, shy smiles and tears, big and small moments. Words. Silences… All…

One Song #4 – Nú hann blæs by Ásgeir

I remember those summer nights spent lying on the grass and looking up at the starry sky, witnessing the often forgotten beauty of the universe – bigger than us, stronger than us… it felt as though it was wrapping its arms…

Inspired [Short Film Review]

To paraphrase William Arthur Ward, one would say the greatest teachers are the ones who inspire us… This is certainly what young writer and film director Maggie Kaszuba had in mind when she gave birth to her short INSPIRED. To…

‘Chyanti’ teaser trailer

Nepalese filmmaker Veemsen Lama’s next short film, Chyanti, is being edited to hopefully be released this summer and share this new story, which embarks its audience on a journey throughout Mustang, in Nepal. Chyanti tells the story of Ram, a guerrilla fighter,…

One Song #3 – White Noise by PVRIS

2 AM. What a dreadful yet wonderful time! The middle of the night can be oh so torturing, for it’s often when the chaotic voices in our heads start to speak up, yet I find it is one of the most genuine…

Survey /// Pick a Perk!

What would you like to receive in exchange for a contribution to an art project? > Please indicate one or more of the following numbers in the comments, and/or make your own suggestion :)  * * * 1) A free photoshoot…

LIFF: Short Films, Quick Reviews!

I find cinemas some of the most peaceful places that exist. People are always so relaxed when they enter one, so calm… and above all, so ready to be silent for a few hours and just listen. Listen, watch and embrace…