Skid Row Marathon (2018) – Review

Director: Mark Hayes The Overview A criminal court judge starts a running club on L.A.'s skid row, where he trains a motley group of homeless people to run international marathons. (Source: IMDb) The Review We're in a society which is keen to shun any of those who blemish the idealistic notions of a "perfect" community,... Continue Reading →

Mental Health Awareness Week 2017 – “Life, Animated” (Review)

Written by Martin Twitter | Website "Life Imitating Art Imitating Life" It was the end of last year where I completely feared all had been lost that I’ve ever felt good about in my overpowering bond with cinema. For the last two years, I felt like I disappeared right off the grid when it came... Continue Reading →

Bowie (2016) Review

In the year that David Bowie sadly passed away aged 69, Screenbound Pictures presents this new documentary titled Bowie: The Man Who Changed the World. Indeed as the title might suggest, this documentary is an overview of all the areas in which Bowie had influence, including music, performance, fashion, culture, art and sex. The things I... Continue Reading →

Three Days in Auschwitz (2015) Review

Three Days in Auschwitz follows film-maker Philippe Mora’s personal journeys to the Auschwitz concentration camp, where eight of his family members were amongst the 1.1 million people killed in the Nazis cruel and systematic killing of the Jews, and other groups. Philippe describes this short documentary as “cinematic notes for a movie about Auschwitz” as... Continue Reading →

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