The second part of the series, David Knight discusses Hades, the misunderstood God of the Underworld, creativity, spiritual change and The Evil Dead 2.
Monthly Archives: May, 2012
A simple tale of one-sided attraction and blossoming love, My Bloody Valentine is a charming comedy short film with an ‘anything goes’ attitude.
You don’t have to be a scholar to know that some of the greatest art put to celluloid doesn’t hit the multiplexes, that’s why we need the teeny-weeny independent theatres.
A delicately handled, moving short film about a man with a psychological disorder struggling with himself to honour the memory of his dead mother.
People with learning disabilities have been segregated from the film industry because they do things differently. Now, there’s the Oska Bright Film Festival.
Part 1 of David Knight’s examination of movie and story monsters and what they tell us about the culture and psyche of humankind.
She Monkeys is a film about sexual awakening, human behaviour and the power struggle between two girls practising equestrian vaulting.
A moth hurtles into a spider’s web and sticks fast, as it struggles with this unexpected predicament, the creeping legs of the spider tiptoe towards its prey.