After over a month of silence, I’m slowly awakening from my winter sleep and regaining blogging inspiration. Instead of blogging, I spent most of the cold winter evenings wrapped up in my fleece blanket binge-watching complete TV series and loads of films. In this post I selected my favourites especially for you.
Part two of my Dutch Girl Does Arts & Culture overview for October-December 2015. In today’s post my film & TV recommendations including 6 Must See Films and 4 Must Avoid Films! I’ll also be sharing a great foodie tip with you for a fast, healthy and cheap meal in London.
Here’s my quarterly list of must-see and must-avoid films and TV series, which should keep you entertained this winter.
I’m also sharing a fantastic food tip in the beautiful city of York with you!
Last week I was briefly Dutch Girl in the Netherlands (not that an exciting name, I know). Before […]
This summer Kenton Hall’s debut feature film ‘A Dozen Summers’ opens in UK cinemas. It’s a touching and witty coming-of-age film about 12-year old twin sisters Daisy and Maisie, but it’s quite unlike your ordinary children’s film. Here’s my review of the film and interview with the director.
Here’s part 2 of my arts & culture wrap-up for the months April-June. In this post I give you (a lot!) film & TV tips, food and travel.
Last month I shared some of my favourite music scenes in films with you and asked you what […]
It’s a common fact that music triggers memories. Hearing back a song from your childhood can bring back sweet […]
Ingredients A promising storyline (God unleashes his wrath over Egypt to aid Moses’ departure from Egypt who dramatically […]
Plot Meet Viago, Deacon, Vladislav and Petyr, four flatmates in Wellington, New Zealand. The mockumentary What We Do […]
Happy 1st birthday to Dutch Girl in London! In October 2013 I launched my website which is packed with […]
With Halloween around the corner, what could be more fitting than an interview with acclaimed film critic, writer […]
Plot Based on the best-selling young adult thriller, The Maze Runner is set in a post-apocalyptic world, where Thomas […]
Having been able to interview a Hollywood legend and Oscar winner must have been the highlight of my […]
Categorising Chris Marker (1921 – 2012) as a filmmaker and photographer doesn’t do this multifaceted artist any justice. […]