‘MAYA’ – FROM DoP ARRAN GREEN’S PERSPECTIVE

‘MAYA’ – FROM DoP ARRAN GREEN’S PERSPECTIVE

In the heart of Kathmandu, walking down the streets of the Nepalese capital and looking over the Himalayas there was…

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So, you want to be a writer? // by Charles Bukowski

So, you want to be a writer? // by Charles Bukowski

Creativity comes from your guts, from the ripping of your soul in the middle of the night. It comes from…

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The Ego System by James Ostrer

The Ego System by James Ostrer

Who hasn’t yet fallen in the not-so-wonderful rabbit hole of social image? Surely not celebrities. Among all the people on…

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Balcony // Today’s idealists.

Balcony // Today’s idealists.

‘It’s easy to understand why so many young folk (myself included) felt disconnected from the times they were living in…

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Me… from A to Z

Me… from A to Z

Learn to know me from A to Z! *** © Music: ‘Loophole Fragment’ by Silent Partner

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Living with cancer – from a daughter’s perspective

Living with cancer – from a daughter’s perspective

Discover or re-discover my second video journalism project…  Three years ago, Caroline lost her father to cancer. Today, she agreed…

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Veemsen Lama – From Battlefields To Red Carpets

Veemsen Lama – From Battlefields To Red Carpets

  From battlefields to red carpets… Saturday, 16th January. I’ve just arrived in front of Hackney Picture House, host of…

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Love playlist ♥

Love playlist ♥

For the past few years, I’ve had the chance to travel to various places, live in some of them for a while, meet people from diverse countries, with different cultural backgrounds, and even connect with a few. With the latter, I left pieces of my heart, fingerprints on their souls, and eternal warmth from the hugs we gave one another. On this Valentine’s day, I remember all of them. I go back to the places where attachments were born, I re-read some of the letters I wrote to some, the poems I dedicated to a few, and I listen to the songs that remind me of others. And I recall… Love knows no language. Love knows no distance. Love knows no limit.

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A PICTURE OF US [Short Film Review]

A PICTURE OF US [Short Film Review]

Don’t lie! Valentine’s day will be here very soon now, and all the good old cheesy romantic comedies hidden in the…

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‘Don’t leave me blind’ by Balcony [Music video release]

‘Don’t leave me blind’ by Balcony [Music video release]

* * * Follow them: @balconytheband (Twitter) @balconytheband (Instagram) /balconytheband (Facebook) * * * Read my music review >> HERE <<

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Temple of Art: Permission

Temple of Art: Permission

What does it mean to be an artist? How does one fail beautifully? How does one proceed with courage? All…

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MAYA Photo book signed by Joanna Lumley (Online Auction)

MAYA Photo book signed by Joanna Lumley (Online Auction)

© Photo by Tom Cullingham (Sunset From The Summit, Lakuri Bhanjyang) Joanna Lumley has signed a photo book full of production…

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The Revenant [Film Review]

The Revenant [Film Review]

‘Love can move mountains‘, so the saying goes, but in The Revenant, this statement has never been more relevant… The latest film of…

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Balcony [Music Review]

Balcony [Music Review]

In the footsteps of Coldplay and London Grammar, Balcony is a recently-created London-based band, composed of four music enthusiasts, namely Jamie, Jack, Dave and Johno. In one of John Kennedy’s latest X-Posure Radio X podcasts, the band plays three of their songs and talks about their debuts on the London pop music scene.

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WOTSIT ALL ABOUT by James Ostrer

WOTSIT ALL ABOUT by James Ostrer

In the turmoil of Instagram photos, some of the most popular are probably those displaying an incorrigible enthusiasm for food,…

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HeForShe’s got a new website!

HeForShe’s got a new website!

In this new interview, the world’s favourite Hermione Granger introduces the new www.HeForShe.org, launching what will hopefully become the world’s largest…

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