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  • An Arab in London, An Englishman in Baghdad An Arab in London, An Englishman in Baghdad
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  • Guerras Americanas

    Don Filo makes an appearance at the building site, with his smell of tequila and Old Spice, wearing a leopard print silk shirt and orange alligator boots.

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  • Starting Again

    It was an ant exploring my fingers. A lovely companion to indifference. The extreme hourglass of its shiny black body corseted in perfectly with the dress code.

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  • The Art of Black Humour

    It seems a fitting time to declare that there is nothing out there as potent as black comedy to capture the absurdity of life in our time.

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  • Gulf Coast Grapevine

    It had been four years, three months and five days since his release. He remembered the first taste of rain on the outside—how the same showers that reminded him of life and renewal out on the yard, had suddenly

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Latest Posts

  • The Ethics Of On Screen Eroticism (11/18/2017) - How can directors negotiate a new language of sex on screen without completely omitting the sex, and without the moral dilemma of visual pleasure?
  • Guerras Americanas (11/17/2017) - Don Filo makes an appearance at the building site, with his smell of tequila and Old Spice, wearing a leopard print silk shirt and orange alligator boots.
  • Gulf Coast Grapevine (11/14/2017) - It had been four years, three months and five days since his release. He remembered the first taste of rain on the outside—how the same showers that reminded him of Read More
  • Starting Again (11/12/2017) - It was an ant exploring my fingers. A lovely companion to indifference. The extreme hourglass of its shiny black body corseted in perfectly with the dress code.
  • The Glass Castle: How To Make a Successful Book-to-Film Adaptation (11/11/2017) - Too much misery toughens the heart, whereas the best art softens it. Jeannette Walls’s The Glass Castle is art of the latter kind.
  • The God Occlusion (11/11/2017) - If the conversation stays with ‘God’ – and it seldom does - where it goes can only be based on what people understand by the word ‘God’.
  • The Price of War: Minefield at the Royal Court Theatre (11/10/2017) - Lola Arias's melancholic study of the Falklands War is a strange and poignant show about war and memory.
  • A Candle Metaphor that I Ran Away with Though You Should Never Run with Candles (11/10/2017) - I’m holding too many candles. The largest has been melting, steadily, for some two years and seven months.

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