Film Review: ‘Heavy Trip’ – A Finnish Black Metal Comedy

Film Review: ‘Heavy Trip’ – A Finnish Black Metal Comedy

The unconventional feel-good movie 'Heavy Trip', a Finnish comedy about an upcoming amateur black metal band, has been hailed as the Scandi version of the cult film 'This is Spinal Tap'. Even if you're not the biggest metalhead, the bizarre adventures of this ambitious metal quartet will rock your socks off!

Reflections #2: Fighting Marathon for Charity and Volunteering for the Elderly

Reflections #2: Fighting Marathon for Charity and Volunteering for the Elderly

Reflections on... October 2018. Looking back, this month seemed to have revolved around charity and volunteering. But there were also several trips and of course plenty of films I need to recommend you to watch (or definitely not). Read the full article to discover what I've been up to this month!

(Don’t) Stop ‘The Clock’: Watch Time Tick Away on the Big Screen

(Don’t) Stop ‘The Clock’: Watch Time Tick Away on the Big Screen

Could you imagine watching a 24-hour long film without a main plot and with clocks as its main protagonists? Although this principle might sound like it could be a tedious ordeal, Christian Marclay's impressive video collage 'The Clock' consisting of about 12,000 film and television clips actually makes for an unforgettable experience. This special video work opened at Tate Modern on Friday 14 September and I went to see it yesterday morning, spending four hours in Christian Marclay's carefully curated cinematic world.

Film Review: ‘Under the Tree’ – The Bloody Tragedy of a Large Tree and Missing Pets

Film Review: ‘Under the Tree’ – The Bloody Tragedy of a Large Tree and Missing Pets

A large tree causing a neighbour conflict, a catastrophic sex video, chainsaws, missing pets and one of the slowest car chases in recent film history: the new dark Icelandic suburban satire 'Under the Tree' might start off as a comedy, but soon develops into a bloody Jacobean tragedy with events that will both make you laugh and cringe in your seat.

Film Review: ‘Filmworker’ – Meet Leon Vitali, the Hidden Figure Behind Stanley Kubrick

Film Review: ‘Filmworker’ – Meet Leon Vitali, the Hidden Figure Behind Stanley Kubrick

How far would you go to be able to work with someone you admire? Would you give up your own promising career in the spotlight only to disappear behind the scenes, without getting any credits despite the painful amount of blood, sweat and tears you put into your work? Meet actor Leon Vitali, he dedicated his life to the work of Stanley Kubrick and was his right-hand man for 20 years. Tony Zierra’s documentary 'Filmworker' tells the untold story of Vitali, the hidden figure behind one of the most celebrated directors in film history.

My Favourites For 2017: Travel, Street Art, Films, Exhibitions, Books

My Favourites For 2017: Travel, Street Art, Films, Exhibitions, Books

I'm an avid list-making person, from my daily to-do lists to my weekly meal plan to lists with all the films I've watched over a year to exhibitions or concerts I've been to or the books I've read. So, of course it makes sense to finish off the year with my List of Favourite Films, Trips, Art and Books for 2017!

Alternative and Arthouse Halloween Film Tips

Alternative and Arthouse Halloween Film Tips

Halloween is upon us! Besides dressing up and devouring tons of sweets, there’s no better way to mark this demonic date than by watching a scary film. However, what would you watch if you are a bit of a scaredy pants, like me, but still want to join in the Halloween movie fun? Well, then you might enjoy one of the films on my alternative and arthouse Halloween film list!