Hitting up my Netflix list last night I watched two interesting documentaries. They both dealt with anonymity, but in different contexts. Finding Vivian Maier After buying a job lot of negatives for a history project, John Maloof becomes consumed with discovering who's behind them. Fascinating piece that peels back a person's life. Tries to make…
Its projects like this @JosephDickerson, that dulled my desire to go to the cinema.
That trailer cements my disinterest in the film. Shame really.
You're right @Sirius_B, I do love it :-) https://twitter.com/Sirius_B/status/664247197710614528 /cc @zaffi @tonyszhou @kermodemovie #movie #art #film
Cool @Nycteris. I guess I was looking forward too much to @edgarwright's version #antman http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/why-ant-man-director-edgar-707374
Felt similar after taking @joshuajohnmead to see it today @davidchristophr. Was distinctly OK. Josh wasn't blown away either #antman
#365daysofme#vscocam #x6 #antman #http://blog.davidjohnmead.com #http://joshuajohnmead.com
Wait. There's a 'Doctor Who Society of Cleveland'? And they've lent their TARDIS to a fan web series? Cool /via @codeshaman
My Top 10 British FilmsGuest blog post. My Top Ten British Films. Did your favourites make the list?
I've been lucky enough to write another guest post for the Smitten By Britain blog. This time it's my Top 10 British films. Hop over there and let me know if you agree or disagree with my picks. I also tracked down most of the original trailers for them.