Foucault’s Heterotopia And The Dim Little Island (1948) – Humphrey Jennings.

Propaganda has morphed today and is now constant and lurking.  It has performed the most astonishing vanishing act and become acknowledged as fact.  The conglomeration of aesthetic impulses known predominantly as "the media" seems to have taken over its role as information and leaned its ideologies through a process of diffusion into the very being … Continue reading Foucault’s Heterotopia And The Dim Little Island (1948) – Humphrey Jennings.

American Interior (2014) – Gruff Rhys and Dylan Goch.

Travelogues and musicians have a natural affiliation; for the latter's art, travelling will always be a prerogative with touring being an essential part of their creative psyche in order to perform and promote their music.  This is not, however, the main link between the subject of Dylan Goch's American Interior (2014) and its presenter, Gruff … Continue reading American Interior (2014) – Gruff Rhys and Dylan Goch.

An Episode In The Life Of An Iron Picket (2013) – Danis Tanovic.

Communities that live on the fringes of modern society have always had a particular interest to a certain breed of filmmakers.  Ken Loach focuses on some aspects of this in his work while Pier Paolo Pasolini positively insists on involving isolated and under-represented groups of people, whether within his narratives or in the production of … Continue reading An Episode In The Life Of An Iron Picket (2013) – Danis Tanovic.