Archive for September, 2017


San Francisco by night is full of the sights, smells and sounds that evoke a passion and lust for life found nowhere else I’ve visited in the world. Maybe I’m not well traveled enough, but I have a physical draw to this haven for the hidden, the missing and the […]

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For the Land

God’s Own Country is the most moving, touching and evocative film I have seen in an age. Not only has Francis Lee captured the intensity of two very different people falling in love and changing their lives, he’s also shone a light on the hardship of young farmers today growing up in an often […]

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