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Thursday, October 29, 2020

Film & TV

Introducing Rising Tides — the New Film Festival Coming to Bournemouth

With the fortnightly live streams, we want to get as many people viewing these shorts as possible, and give a chance for those who aren’t so sure yet to submit for a future stream. We are also hoping to open up our socials to showcase short films from across the globe as part of inspiring students to keep creating...

Nathan Emmanuel (a.k.a. Nayshan), Musician & Journalist

Initially, that was through university. In my final year, I had to make either a presentation or a mini documentary piece. Now, me being me, living outside the box, I didn't just want to make that regular documentary-style kind of thing, and talk about my so-called financial issues during university. I wanted to make it different; I wanted to put it in a narrative form that people are more likely to connect with and engage with. Something different that catches their eye a bit more, and that's what really inspired the rapumentary style...

Local Musician’s BLM Rap to Play on BBC Radio

The 6-minute video, entitled Thoughts of a Black Guy, which features clips of the Black Lives Matter protest on Bournemouth Pier Approach earlier this month, has already received a lot of positive responses. However, today, the musician and filmmaker revealed that the rap segment would be played on not only BBC Radio London at 10:30am on Wednesday 17th June, but also on BBC Radio Solent between 12 and 1pm that same day.

Hengistbury Head Used for Scenes in Upcoming Docu-series

Local history buffs and documentary lovers might want to keep your eyes peeled soon. An upcoming Channel 5 series about World War II is set to feature scenes shot at one of your favourite natural landmarks. Namely, Hengistbury Head.

Henry Cakebread — The Next Project

The time has come to wave goodbye to Henry Cakebread, the freelance filmmaker behind "Weekend Wandering: The Outback". Following the release of that lengthy...

Henry Cakebread — Mixing Illustration and Live Action

Our discussion into the recently-released film of Henry Cakebread continues. How did he tap into another talent when it came to stylising "Weekend Wandering:...

Henry Cakebread — Producing “Weekend Wandering: The Outback”

After last week's well-received introduction to freelance filmmaker Henry Cakebread, we now examine his recent release more closely. An in-depth look into the production...

Henry Cakebread — BMXing and Filmmaking: Which Came First?

This new series on local freelance filmmaker Henry Cakebread kicks off with our finding out which of his two loves came first. Was it...

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