FILM REVIEW – The Escape: A Dark and intriguing movie

Getting stuck at work? Not able to enjoy life due to financial problems? Or just going through a rough phase in your life? We all have been there and during those moments we probably wanted to escape to another, better but most importantly to a life we always wanted. What if someone offers you the…

Katie Amess on Bull and Criminal Minds: Behind Borders

We caught up with the lovely Katie Amess about her latest work. British beauty Katie Amess is making her mark in Hollywood, after being named one of BAFTA LA’s Best Newcomers, she proved them right by starring alongside Tim Roth, Frances Barber, Stephen Berkoff and David O’Hara in William Friedkin’s adaptation of Pinter’s The Birthday Party.  Katie…

Entrepreneur Matt Haycox on Business and Charity

Entrepreneur, Matt Haycox has set up a foundation to support a multitude of causes after being inspired by his experience of donating £16,000 and helping a young schoolboy suffering from cerebral palsy raise £50,000 for a life-changing operation, which would enable him to walk unassisted and pain-free. 9-year-old Alfie Smith dreamed one day of being able to walk unaided; a dream that his family desperately wanted to fulfil. Diagnosed with cerebral palsy…

Catherine Bailey about independent film, the power of women and The Crown

Our celebrity interviewer Liselotte caught up with the talented Catherine Bailey at the Raindance Independent Filmmakers Ball. Welcome at the Raindance Independent Filmmakers Ball, how do you like it so far? I find it’s fantastic! I can see a lot of champagne and glamourous people. It definitely feels like an exciting event. It’s important to…

Interview with Director of The Voice in the Head, Cyrus Trafford

It is thought that 1 in 4 people experience a mental health problem each year in the UK, these problems also representing the largest single cause of disability. In Cyrus Trafford’s moving short film, The Voice in the Head, he brings the subject of mental health to the forefront, in the hope of raising awareness and provoking…

‘THE VOICE IN THE HEAD’ FILM REVIEW – More insanity than you think

As David Rosenhan said, “If sanity and insanity co-exist, how shall we know them?” The American psychologist might have died in 2012 but his life question still continues to live. Partly thanks to Cyrus Trafford and his new movie, The Voice in the Head. The British Iranian director decided to focus in his recent work…

INTERVIEW WITH PEPPA PIG STAR EMMA GRACE ARENDS

The popular children’s show Peppa Pig now stars a welcome human called Daisy and she is as sweet as her name! Emma Grace Arends stars as the first human character in the popular children’s first motion picture ‘Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience’. Emma stars as Daisy, Peppa’s bubbly human friend and brings the interactive cinema experience to life. Join…

‘CHECK PLEASE’ FILM REVIEW – Short movie, big love story

We’ve probably all dreamed about how our wedding proposal should be like, whether you’re the one who’s proposing or not. And so did Ben. A romantic date, a fancy restaurant and with his grandmother’s ring in his pocket, he was totally ready for it. With all this planned out, what could go wrong? Well Daniel…