Great Years of Cinema: 2007 — Jordan and Eddie (The Movie Guys)

List compiled by Eddie on 22/05/2020 Now well over a decade ago (how time flies!), 2007 delivered one of the best years of cinema for film fans all over the world. Filled with an eclectic and well-regarded batch of films of all shapes and sizes, 2007 remains to this day one of the great year’s […]… Continue reading Great Years of Cinema: 2007 — Jordan and Eddie (The Movie Guys)

Celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back! — Star Wars Thoughts

40 years ago today, Star Wars was forever changed. The highly-anticipated sequel to the first film was released on May 21, 1980, entitled The Empire Strikes Back. It wasn’t the most well-received at the time by some fans, but it has grown to be the gold standard of Star Wars films and probably the one […]… Continue reading Celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back! — Star Wars Thoughts

New York Feedback Festival Testimonial – May 18 2020

Filmmaker Léwuga Benson (TIME TO LEAVE) It felt like I had butterflies in my stomach. I was overwhelmed with glee and happiness that they were assessing and thinking critically about my film. I felt humbled by their analysis and appreciation of the work I had made. I was also struck by how spot on their assumptions… Continue reading New York Feedback Festival Testimonial – May 18 2020

The ‘Boggling’ Value of Materiality in Board Games — LAZY SUSAN

There are few sounds that come so close to the raucous rattle of the die inside the plastic lidded tray of a Boggle game. This week, my sister and I relived an absolute classic from our childhood, which served us hours upon hours of entertainment when we were younger. The classic word game, made up […]… Continue reading The ‘Boggling’ Value of Materiality in Board Games — LAZY SUSAN

The World of Ispania: Musings on Villains, Heroes and Writing — The Intersect

Hey Friends! Here’s an update on my book, as well as musings on parts of my writing process. I hope you enjoy! Leonard S Marcus: Your characters are something like an acting company: so many of them return story after story. Madeleine L’Engle: I like that idea. But I didn’t plan it that way. […] The… Continue reading The World of Ispania: Musings on Villains, Heroes and Writing — The Intersect

Returning to the Scene, Seasonally and Socially Distanced — You Really Had to Be There — FEEDBACK Female Film Festival

Returning to the Scene, Seasonally and Socially Distanced You really would not have wanted to be there, in the almost ten months since my last post, as I quarantined my writing-as-therapy and re-directed my priorities, blurring my focus and resulting in no writing and extended procrastination. For positives, a couple of aha moments, and one… Continue reading Returning to the Scene, Seasonally and Socially Distanced — You Really Had to Be There — FEEDBACK Female Film Festival

Being Sober-Minded May Not Be So Boring — Reflect For a Moment

*Disclaimer: This post has nothing to do with alcohol🙂* I don’t know about you, but I’ve always thought that being sober-minded meant being boring. That it had something to do with choosing not to have fun or not looking for joy in this life. I tended to avoid Bible verses that mentioned it because I […]… Continue reading Being Sober-Minded May Not Be So Boring — Reflect For a Moment