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, … Continue reading Mind Map: A London Art Exhibition
From the expressionistic and bold portrait of London in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1927 film, The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog, through to the modern metropolis of scenic icons and … Continue reading A Tale of One City: Cinematic London in Contemporary British Cinema
The story started its life as a radio play on the BBC Third Programme, and was later brought to the London stage in 1961. But, none of these portrays where … Continue reading Lunch Hour (1962) – Time to Get Alone, by Darrell Ron Tuffs
Short films can often become overlooked while searching for hidden cinematic gems from the past. This is particularly true of the 1969 Douglas Hickox short film, Les Bicyclettes de Belsize. … Continue reading Les Bicyclettes de Belsize (1969) Douglas Hickox (Darrell Ron Tuffs)
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 … Continue reading Please Help and Comment!