Grace was born and raised just outside of Oxford in a small town called Woodstock by her single-mother. She spent much of her childhood entertaining herself by singing, playing music and acting out plays and film scenes in her loft and garage.
The Texture Of Falling is a muddle of a film who’s big reveal is rather underwhelming.
The plot, loosely, is about a female filmmaker named Louise
It’s taken me a long to write this review and, to be honest, I feel that this book has so much to digest I
I've never watched an hour long special of “Neighbours”, but I can imagine what one would be like now I’ve watched Friends, Foes and Fireworks.
I am usually quite dubious of biopics. Nothing makes me angry more than something ‘based on a true story’ and then when you read
We've had Catherine Hardwicke’s Thirteen, Rob Brown’s Sixteen, Richard Bell’s Eighteen, and now we have Monja Art’s Seventeen. Naming your film after a person’s