Its a tale as old as time, a pairing second to none, it can make or break a scene, and if it’s lucky? It can win an Oscar. Welcome back to ScreentoSeen everyone! This week, I’m diving into the music of cinema and television and the magic it brings to the audience. As a long … More The definitive list of capturing magic and music: what makes a scene.
Its a rare sight for a film to hold so much originality and purpose. The Shiny Shrimps (2019) will propel you into the world of LGBT+ sport, and a team of water polo players aiming for that big win at the Gay Games, which runs every four years. Directed by Maxime Govare and Cédric Le … More The Shiny Shrimps: A glorious mix of emotions ~4/5
With just three months to go until Disney launch their fancy new streaming service; Disney plus, its important to break down the effects this will have on pre-standing services such as Amazon Prime video and Netflix. Where exactly will this service, place companies in the ‘race’ to consumerism media? … More What impact will Disney+ have on the future of online streaming?
It is not rare to associate films and music as a partnership. They complement each other in ways far more complicated than we appreciate. The current influx of musical biopic films on the surface seems good, but I find myself asking the question, why? Now this is not to be confused with musicals (A celebration … More Is the music industry the current theme in cinema?
Musicals and cinema had a period of going hand in hand. I’m talking about the MGM classics of Hollywood and the beauty of voices such as Judy Garland and the crackling joy of the Jazz Singer (1927). yet, the last decade has seen a revival of ‘the musical’ to our screens, matching the likes of … More 5 of The Best Musical Scenes in Cinema
Heads up, La La Land, it’s real and it’s amazing. I returned a couple of weeks ago from my university trip to Los Angeles, California, and I honestly had the most amazing time! Here’s a quick idea of what we got up to: Three days at Wondercon in Anaheim Moved to Hollywood: Griffith Park & … More A Guide to Los Angeles (Anaheim, Hollywood and Santa Monica)
A current controversial topic, Netflix and Cannes are once again batting heads, this time, with the added pressure of Studios and Steven Spielberg. Personally, I don’t have a problem with Netflix entering the glamorous world of film festivals, nor do I have a problem with Cannes (as I am flying next week to the Cannes film … More Cannes waves goodbye to Netflix for a Third year running
Easter is always an exciting time, the lambs are out, you can wake up at 8am and eat chocolate and the slight change in weather means thousands of us flock to the seaside to ‘claim’ a patch of the beach for the day. Being Gluten Free, I sometimes miss the simplistic beauty of a cake, … More Gluten Free ~ mini egg Easter cake!
With the academy announcing at the 2019 Oscars that they are opening one of the largest film museums in the world, it’s only natural that I look back on some truly incredible cinematic museums that I have had the privilege of going to on my travels. From Asia to America, I have been to some … More Cinema scope: Film museums around the world
As tropical as it sounds, Jumanji is a fun family adventure film, with a simplistic plot and outright brilliant CGI. Set in modern day, and a sort of reboot to the 1995 predecessor, Jumanji has all the ingredients for a good film, but what was lacking in the final bake? Firstly, although not original to … More Film Review: JUMANJI Welcome to the Jungle (2017)