In Awe of Audrey: Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

On this day 24 years ago, the world lost an icon. Audrey Hepburn is undoubtedly one of the most famous actresses who ever lived; she has grace, style, beauty and charisma, unmatched by anyone else. She was the definition of an icon, and an inspiration to the world. To pay tribute to her on the anniversary of her passing, I’m going to take a look … Continue reading In Awe of Audrey: Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

British Independent Film Awards – Screenings!

BIFA, or British Independent Film Awards as we all know them, aims to promote and reward the most innovative and creative work in the UK independent film sector. The organisation not only rewards the best and brightest of Independent film but also encourages up and coming home grown talents to the public. With their continued aim in mind BIFA will be hosting a series of … Continue reading British Independent Film Awards – Screenings!

A Split Decision: Mental Illness and the Movies

 “He’s totally insane.” A victim will wail before finding themselves sliced up by a maniacal killer. There will usually be some sort of backstory – an asylum where our murdering psychopath had grown up, we’d have been told repeatedly that a mental illness ravaged the humanity side of our killer and that he is deranged beyond repair. People die, red stuff gets sploshed about, the … Continue reading A Split Decision: Mental Illness and the Movies