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Reviews: Score – a Film Music Documentary

March 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

Score: a Film Music Documentary, Directed by Matt Schrader Music and cinema, two of my favourite things in life, and when combined those visuals flickering on the screen, the narrative, the actors, the dialogue and...

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The Farthest, Directed by Emer Reynolds Another of my slate of screenings at the recent Edinburgh International Film Festival was this gem of a science documentary from Irish director Emer Reynolds, on one of the...

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Film: Ink, Cocks and Rock’n’Roll

June 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Regular readers may remember us blogging some time back about a documentary of sorts (the term doesn’t quite do it justice) from Vice mag, a film one of our favourite naughty comickers, Krent Able, deliciously...

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I’m delighted to see that some of the talent behind the fascinating and quite moving Last Man on the Moon documentary (reviewed here last year), director David Fairhead and producers┬áKeith Haviland and Gareth Dodds, have...

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Reviews – The Last Man on the Moon

April 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Last Man on the Moon, Directed by Mark Craig, Featuring Eugene Cernan, Alan Bean, Dick Gordon, Jim Lovell “That whole time, that’s the time I call ‘sitting on God’s front porch.” Those are the...

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Review: Future Shock – the Story of 2000 AD

December 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

Yes, we did cover Future Shock: the Story of 2000 AD during its Edinburgh Film Festival screening during the summer, but our own Richmond has finally had a chance to see it and as a...

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Reviews: Future Shock! The Story of 2000 AD

June 21, 2015 | 4 Comments

Future Shock! The Story of 2000 AD Dir: Paul Goodwin (cover to Prog 204, often cited by a wide number of 2000 AD artists as one of their all-time favourites, art, of course, by the...

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A quick reminder that Pat Mills will be signing in Forbidden Planet International in Edinburgh on Monday 22nd of June from 5 to 6pm, a rare chance to meet one of the architects of modern...

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The Edinburgh International Film Festival, the world’s oldest continually running film fest, has been a destination for me most years for the last couple of decades, offering up a diverse range of films, documentaries, animation,...

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Mike’s Place, Jack Baxter, Joshua Faudem, Koren Shadmi, First Second When I first spotted Mike’s Place being ┬ásolicited by First Second I got that vibe I sometimes get, my bookseller’s Spidey sense, and had a...

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