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#Occupymedia – Project Lost Generation – Film + experience

Posted Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

#OCCUPYMEDIA.   One Film Versus The World. The Lost Generation. They occupied Wall Street. NY. DC, Chicago. London. …What if they occupied the media? #occupymedia New Manchester film The Lost Generation is the UK’s newest feature film to be released independently – at the end of the world – on the 20th December 2012, which takes a searing look at freedom, cyberwarfare and our idea of celebrity.         FILM SYNOPSIS “Think of a law. She’s broken it. Think of

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Invisible Circus: No Dress Rehearsal wins major indie film award

Posted Monday, February 13th, 2012

Shooting people member Naomi Smyth’s UK street art film “Invisible Circus: No Dress Rehearsal” has won the first place as winner of the Dynamite Dynamo Doc Award 2012.   The documentary movie tells the underdog story of guerilla art performers – The Invisible Circus – and No Dress Rehearsal is set in Bristol, home to several major street artists (and reputedly once being the home of Banksy). Smyth takes us on a 4 year journey as the group takes over

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Life Is Major.

Posted Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

Perhaps it is purely a result of paying less and less attention to bad science-fiction the older I get but my own sense of the distant present is fixed at a point which is rapidly because the actual present.

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Kodak Files for Bankruptcy Protection

Posted Thursday, January 19th, 2012

Eastman Kodak Co. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in New York early Thursday morning, after the struggling photography icon ran short on cash needed to fund a long-sputtering turnaround. The storied former blue chip said it had secured $950 million in financing from Citigroup Inc. to help keep it afloat during bankruptcy proceedings. The company also named Dominic Di Napoli, a vice chairman at FTI Consulting Inc., as its chief restructuring officer to help steer the company through bankruptcy

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It Begins With…

Posted Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

No misty eyed plans to create a rain sodden British Hollywood, a Brolly-Wood set out to solve all our problems with the glamourous hammer of production… How I Learned To Love The Smith Report…

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World Cinema.

Posted Friday, January 13th, 2012

By imagining we are locked in an entirely fictional battle with Hollywood we turn ourselves into the drunk outside the tube, still trading blows with an opponent who was never there.

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Thanks For That Dave.

Posted Wednesday, January 11th, 2012

It is annoying to be given advice on success by the man who failed to win the last election even though his opponent toured the country insulting old women but by hearing calls for commercial sense as those for dumbed down dross we insult the intelligence of our audience.

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The Curator Is King.

Posted Monday, January 9th, 2012

Hooray for @LSFF and Phil Ilson, one of the best film curators we have. If there’s any truth to the doomy predictions of the death of TV and newspapers then the role of curator is going to become increasingly prominent.

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You Seeing Jane Seeing Mark…

Posted Friday, January 6th, 2012

I’m delighted to say that Dee Meaden’s “Jane Seeing Mark” sits amongst the many many delights on offer to us in this years London Short Film Festival. So get along to the Curzon Soho this Saturday. Not to mention the opening night tonight at the ICA where mine and my brother’s own brief silliness “The Maestro” will be part of the fun.

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Where Am I?

Posted Friday, January 6th, 2012

People hate rush hour. In many ways I hate rush hour to. An asked for invite to a game of twister with strangers. However that unexpected proximity to the rest of London is really a treat to be grateful for.

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