Three new reviews are up at STARBURST MAGAZINE:
Well, I’ve had quite the busy few weeks – and this has kept me from posting as many things as I would have liked. This is what I’ve been up to:
I reviewed NORTH SEA TEXAS, which is the first feature film from Director Bavo Defurne. It closed the LLGFF and is on release now. In a way it’s a coming-of-age story, with Pim falling for the boy next door. It’s a tale of first love, and will appeal to anyone with an ounce of romance in their heart. I was also lucky enough to interview the director, producer and two of the stars: Part 1, Part 2.
Oh, and there was another Quiz at Genesis Cinema. They take place on the first Tuesday each month, 8pm.
AND I’ve been…
…working very hard at the Gate Cinema in Notting Hill. We’ve dabbled with late shows of DRIVE and matinees of A CAT IN PARIS, and I’ve had the opportunity to meet Werner Herzog! I may begin to mention more about this side of my life on the blog, as I think it’s something I have that makes me different from other film bloggers.
I caught the documentary SUPERHEROES at the London Film Festival. The story of Americas real-life superheroes. Is it just an excuse to make fun of them, or is there more to it? Find out in my review at Starburst Magazine.
I’ve written an article about this, which can be read over at the wonderful STARBURST MAGAZINE.