Monthly Archives: September 2012

Lonely Swallows

As mentioned in my quick post on Friday, this weekend has played host to London’s Japanese Film Festival Zipangu Fest. Yesterday I went along to the amazing Cinema Museum in Kennington, London to see a documentary which aimed to shed light on a little-known community within Japanese society. ‘Lonely Swallows: Living as Children of Migrant […]

Zipangu Fest 2012

Tonight, the Japanese Film Festival Zipangu Fest opens in London. All this weekend, from 14th-16th September 2012, the Festival is presenting a range of fantastic and little-known Japanese films which are being screened at London’s Cinema Museum in Kennington. I’ll be there tomorrow to review the documentary ‘Lonely Swallows: Living as Children of Migrant Workers‘, […]

Shut Up and Play the Hits

Back in February 2012 this was one of my most anticipated documentaries of the year, and last week I finally got to watch the film which documented the build-up to, and aftermath of the last show of one of my favourite bands: LCD Soundsystem. It was back in February 2010 when James Murphy, the band’s […]