The hunger for Lady Bird was evident in the vast appetite of the London audiences queueing at the British Film Institute on its opening weekend. I’m rarely in London, so I relished the opportunity to see the film at one of my favourite venues in the capital. 521 more words
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Last week I spent 30 provocative, eye-opening minutes immersed in the visionary work of Norwegian filmmaker, Henry K. Norvalls. One of those rare artists that completely forgoes spectacle and oversimplification, in favour of nuance and inspiring intense debates among his audience members. 450 more words
Unlike some photographers who picked up a camera whilst still in nappies, I was more of a late bloomer.
I didn’t start shooting intentionally until around 2006 (aged 30ish), with a series of camera phones that led to a “proper” digital compact in 2011, followed by the explosion in summer 2012 that trumpeted my discovery of film photography. 1.140 more words
Olympus 35DC, Fujicolor Superia X-tra 800. Eilat, 2017.
The juxtaposition of people and mannequins is quite a popular trope. After all, there’s a lot of symbolism as well as parallelism when you put a real person next to a plastic human-shape object. 14 more words