Have you read Nora Ephron? You’ve probably seen her films: “Sleepless in Seattle”, “When Harry met Sally”, “You’ve got Mail” perhaps even her older film “Heartburn”. However, she wrote witty short journalistic pieces on life as she experienced it, about her friends, full of her love of food, sociable dinners, her kids and her thoughtsContinue reading “An afternoon with Nora Ephron”
Are you a painter? or film-maker? or writer? or music-maker? or all those and more? A mix? Does creativity even fit in a box?? One minute vid with Robert Hodge.
A salute to the day – a fly past by birds, which goes by the lovely title of “Murmuration” – a naturally occurring phenomenon. Filmed by artist Fiona Watson. Fiona Watson has made a series of tiny films – lasting simply between one minute and two minutes in length. These are very do-able for anyoneContinue reading “Tiny Films – Fiona Watson”
If you live on a Scottish island – how long does it take to travel to see a film in a cinema? Well, it depends if the cinema is on wheels and coming your way. The Screen Machine, supported by Creative Scotland and Lottery Funds, is a truck which transforms into a cinema. It toursContinue reading “When the cinema comes to you….”