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All Points East was brilliant! @mariboustate were a particular highlight 🙌
I wish I had time to write a full review of ‘I Am Easy to Find’, the latest album from The National, but some days don’t have breaks. So just go and listen to it, you won’t be sorry.
I’ve written a short review of the recently released @cagetheelephant EP in anticipation of their new album being released tomorrow. Check it out on the link in my bio 🙌
The first trailer for ‘Joker’ has been released and it looks like something we have never seen before from a comic based character movie. Joaquin Phoenix has a lot of competition for the role, but he certainly looks the part here, do you think he could ever better Heath Ledger?
If you can pause a film at any point, and the frozen frame looks like a work of art, that is what great cinematography is. Lost in Translation is one of those films and is one of my personal favourites.
Anyone who tells Donald Trump to f**k off deserves acclaim but Frank Gehry already has enough as one of the most famous living Architects in the world. His buildings are amongst the most iconic on the planet and it was an absolute joy to visit the Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris, which is one of his most recently completed projects. Not bad for a 90 year old.
An intense and gripping film with more than an odd ending, Nocturnal Animals is an incredibly stylish yet harrowing film, directed by Tom Ford. Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal are both as outstanding as usual, however, Aaron Taylor-Johnson is a truly menacing presence throughout and steels the show. #WatchIt.
I really liked this artwork that was featured in The Barbican gallery last year, but I can’t remember the name of the artist! Any idea Instagram artists?!
Victoria is a full feature length film made with ONE shot. It’s a technical marvel and a brilliant piece of film making which is available on #Netflix 🔥🔥🔥
Some of the best shots from my recent visits to New York, London, Madrid, Paris, Philadelphia and Liverpool. Next up over the next few weeks, Paris (again!), Miami, Rome and London.