Happy Endings

This Easter weekend, I participated in the production of a short film, for the Calgary Underground Film Festival's 48-hour Movie Making Challenge. The rules require a film between two and five minutes in length (including titles), and each team is given the same prop and a line to be used in their film. A random … Continue reading Happy Endings

District 9

I’m now throwing my two cents in. M said it is recommended viewing for all South Africans, and I whole-heartedly agree. This movie can be analysed to death regarding its subtext, but I’ll just say this: it’s well-made. The special effects were hardly noticeable (and considering there was a ruddy great space ship hovering over … Continue reading District 9