Month: January 2017

Film, Miss N

Sundance ’17

During my 6 days at Sundance, I saw 20 films, so my Top 6: 6️. Trophy: a doc that uses incredible cinematography to flesh out issues around how to look after the animals of our world. Urgent, compelling & fascinating. 5️. Patti Cake$: a feel-good film with a breakout star. Get ready to know the […]

Film

The Wound debut at the Sundance Film Festival

While Donald J Trump was being inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States of America, the South African film The Wound was making its debut at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah – the first of its multiple screenings at the world’s most popular independent film showcase and springboard for future […]

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Scorsese’s NYC

On the Sunday it opened, I headed off to one of my favourite places in the city, the Museum of Moving Art, for its Martin Scorsese exhibition. It’s an incredible tribute to his career, but also to the city that birthed the famous director and his equally famous movies. Shortly after, I watched Silence, his passion […]

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‘Subway Art’

I was a little too excited when the 2nd Avenue Subway opened on New Year’s Day. But to understand why, you need to have lived on the Upper East Side for the past 6 years, with its constant construction, drilling and dust, and covered-up structures. But I soon became excited for another reason – the art. […]