The brilliant film director Stanley Kubrick has inspired many artists for decades now, even well after his death. To celebrate this icon, James Lavelle has curated the exhibition ‘Daydreaming with Stanley Kubrick’ that displays works of 45 artists, from film makers to street artists and a taxidermist, who have all been inspired by the maestro himself. The exhibition is on till 24 August 2016 at Somerset House.
Traditionally the summer has always been the season for big Hollywood blockbuster films to open in the cinema. There has been a shift in recent years resulting in some amazing TV productions. Despite being a cinephile, I too have fallen for the temptations of bingewatching complete TV series. And boy, how I have bingewatched these recent months! In this post I’m sharing with you my MUST WATCH TV series tips for summer 2016.
It’s the 1st of July already and apparently we’re in the midst of summer. Since it feels more like autumn rather than summer at the moment, I’d thought you would appreciate some film tips to hide from the rain over the next weeks. As always I’ve done some research for you and selected my personal Top 5 Must See Films and Top 5 Must Avoid Films.
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.
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With Halloween around the corner, what could be more fitting than an interview with acclaimed film critic, writer […]