The BPs Ceremony 2017

Click HERE to listen to the 4th annual BP awards! The show is an interesting and very fun alternative to the big awards shows such as the oscars, and is hosted by the David Bax and Tyler Smith of Battleship Pretension. Make sure to listen around the 35 minute mark to hear me present the…

Video Work

Venue Hire This short film was made to promote the venue hire of the PESGB and the area that the charity is located.   Evening Lecture This video was made to encourage more members to attend the PESGB London Evening Lecture.   Council Election Interviews The next few videos are a series of interviews made…

Mind Map: A London Art Exhibition

This week, an art exhibition featuring the work of my girlfriend and two other artists is taking place in Battersea, London. If interested, and for more information, please read below. Alternatively, CLICK HERE to view the official Facebook page.   A group painting show featuring the work of: Elise Gegauff Beth Horner Christina Kim-Symes Private view Tuesday…

The 2016 Bafta Challenge!

The Challenge: It’s awards season! (whether you like it or not) And this year, A World of Film is hosting ‘The Bafta Challenge’. I’d really love for everyone reading this post right now to take part; it will be fun, and I’d love to get to know some of my readers a little more. Every…

My Top 10 of 2015!

CLICK HERE to see my list of favourite films from 2015! Note: I go by the official US release dates. Thus, some of these film may be 2016 releases in some countries.

Smile Power Day: Our top 5 cinematic reasons to smile

We all know the feeling. Every year, Smile Power Day comes around once more, bringing with it happiness and joy equal to a thousand laughing babies, or a field of smiling kittens – everyone in the world seems to have successfully embraced the power of the smile, that is, apart from you. Yes, we’re talking…

The Festival Circuit: A Short Screenplay, by Darrell Tuffs

Click the link to view my short screenplay, The Festival Circuit. I would be extremely grateful if anyone could leave a comment; let me know what you think. The Festival Circuit is the story of Harris, an up-and-coming indie director who falls asleep during a festival screening of his own film. Harris is quickly photographed while…

Our YouTube Channel

We know that A World of Film has been a little quiet recently. The site has had a small break, but we will be back very soon, and already have some articles in the pipeline. In the meantime, why not take a look at our new A World of Film YouTube channel for short video essays….

The First Official “A World of Film Top 10!”

So, here it is, Voting has ended, meaning it’s time to uncover the top 10 most voted for films by our readers. Thank you to everyone that commented or sent your lists by email. It’s great to know that we are slowly building a community of people that simply love film. First, some thoughts, I…

Is Television Inferior to Cinema Artistically? by Darrell Ron Tuffs

This essay is copyright of Darrell Ron Tuffs, please use references if using any of this information in your own work.  Until recent years, cinema had always held a large artistic dominance over television. The cinema has always been home to huge spectacle films that, for the most part, remain firmly on top of the…

Desert Island Directors

Image this scene, it is ordered that you are going to be sent off to an unknown desert island. Before you go, you are told that you can take with you the entire body of work from five film directors to view on the island. You may never escape from this island, so any films…

Representations of Revolutionary Struggle

As with all art forms, the cinema offers a wide and far-reaching platform of expression, one that may be used to provoke many contrasting ideas and opinions. The moving image can be used for good or evil, hate or love, war or peace. Cinema can be more powerful than a bomb when used tactfully and…

Please Help and Comment!

Recently, I took part in a university project in which I developed the idea and wrote the script for this short film. As part of the project, the film needs some audience feedback. So, for a short while, a link will be here at A World of Film. I would be so grateful if you…

Sponsor Page!

Become a Sponsor Check out our new sponsor page For a short amount of time, we have been looking for a sponsor for “A World of Film”. We are still a relatively small site. However, our traffic grows each day, as the site becomes more popular. Our sponsorship plan is as follows. A link to…

Poll: Film Criticism

Since the days of Pauline Kael, Andrew Sarris or even Siskel and Ebert, the face of film criticism has changed dramatically. Now with a huge amount of social media, it seems anyone anywhere can share their personal opinions of films old and new. What kind of impact is this having on good old film criticism…

The 86th Academy Awards: Best Picture

Whether you enjoy the Academy Awards or not, they are always an interesting reflection of the past year of film. However, the most interesting and most memorable award is always best picture. The winner is seldom the favourite of many filmgoers. There have been many huge surprises over the years, and unfortunately many snubs of…

The Cinema Needs You!

Add us on Facebook or Twitter and get updates on every post we make. (links below) Spread the word of our site. We are still calling for guest posts. Remember, any film worth discussing, no matter how big or small. We will cover it. We are passionate about telling anyone who is willing to listen…

Your Favourite Female Director?

In a world dominated by male film directors, it is often overlooked that there have been some fine female directors during the history of film. This question is not often addressed or discussed. That is why we at A World Of Film would like to know – who is your favourite female director? Which has…

Is there a future for 3D in cinema?

3D has become increasingly popular in recent years but it seems to be at a cross-roads at this moment in time. Will 3D soon become the new standard in cinema? or remain a fun novelty until its demise? The subject generates many contrasting opinions, but what do you think? Comment below and make your voice…

Your favourite Martin Scorsese film?

He is one of the most influential directors to have ever lived. It is hard to think of many modern directors that have not been influenced by him in some way. From “Boxcar Bertha” to his new “The Wolf of Wall Street” he has a huge filmography filled with many great films. Which is your…

The best British director of all time?

A simple question, but one that may generate many answers. In your opinion who is/was the best British director of all time and why?  Vote on your favourite.   Have your say below in our comments.