Category Archives: Film

All About Bond at Proud Galleries

With this week marking the 50th anniversary of the worlds favourite secret agent, it seems fitting to post about the fantastic exhibition currently at Proud Galleries. Featuring the work of photographer Terry O’Neil, the pictures will be displayed up until the 4th … Continue reading

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Angry Birds takes on Star Wars

In a somewhat predictable move by mobile gaming gurus Rovio, a Star Wars themed Angry Birds game is planned for November this year. In a press statement from Rovio CMO, the new game will combine elements of the original game … Continue reading

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The Bourne Legacy

Looks like Bond isn’t the only decent action film to be hitting our screens this Summer. The trailer for the new Bourne film, The Bourne Legacy, looks awesome. Jeremy Renner plays Aaron Cross, who appears to be the latest CIA … Continue reading

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Star Wars Boxing

These Star Wars posters are tremendous. Especially the ‘HBO’ style Empire Box Office logo. Hit ‘continue’ to see more.

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Pingu and The Thing

Bit old now, but loving how one of my favourite films and one of my favourite childhood TV programmes have been meshed together in this short film.

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Review: The Descendents

George Clooney delivers one of his finest performances in this well-balanced drama. Combining a deft delivery of comic moments with a character whose sincerity shines through was never going to be easy but Clooney succeeds with aplomb. Alexander Payne, arguably … Continue reading

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cinemetrics from fb on Vimeo. Anything with ‘metric’ at the end is bound to be good and Cinemetrics doesn’t disappoint. The ingenious project is the work of Frederick Brodbeck, a student at the Royal Academy of Arts. Through meticulously analysing … Continue reading

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