Official Secrets – BFI London Screening

I saw ‘Official Secrets‘ at the BFI London Film Festival last week and I absolutely loved it. I am genuinely not a big fan of Keira Knightly but she did a brilliant job in this movie. Official Secrets is a political drama about Katharine Gun, who worked at the GCHQ as a mandarin translator back in 2003. Have you hear about her? I am going to be honest here, I haven’t either before coming to this screening and I feel quite bad about this, actually. Check out below the director, Gavin Hood talking about Katharine’s story, and when he first … Continue reading Official Secrets – BFI London Screening

Years and Years

Finally, it’s been announced, the new drama from the Master himself, Russell T Davies is coming to your telly on 14 May!!!! I am so very excited about this, as I had the opportunity to watch already the first episode at the BFI Radio and Television Festival in April. My review of Years and Years is the following: It is bloody fantastic, you should all watch it!! What is Years and Years? If you ask me, I would say that it’s a spiced up family drama, with some extraordinary elements of a political series, stirred with a dash of dystopian … Continue reading Years and Years

Radio & Film Festival, London, April 2019

The very best of British Television gathered for a weekend at the BFI Southbank in London. There were various panels, special screenings, Q&As and of course, many stars. I’ve attended ‘From the BFI Archive – David Bowie’ screening which was a collection of clips featuring David Bowie performing and in conversation. John Wilson is a British journalist who joined this screening and shared some of his personal stories about David Bowie. Check out this video of what John Wilson and his co-host (the person who put this montage together) had to say about Bowie and the process of collecting unique … Continue reading Radio & Film Festival, London, April 2019