Tag Archives: animation

Sita Sings The Blues

I am tremendously excited. I have just found out that feature-length animation Sita Sings the Blues is available to watch for free online because it is licensed under the ‘Creative Commons License’. Amazing. This film, created in 2008 by American animator Nina Paley, is a truly must-see film. It’s critically acclaimed and is in almost every […]

Lascars: ‘No Vay-Kay For Real Homies’

I’ve been aware of a website called MUBI for some time, from which you can stream some great films for a reasonable cost and so this week I decided to try it out for myself. For £2.99 I bought myself a screening of the 2009 French animation ‘Lascars’ (or by it’s rather corny English name, […]

Welcome, let’s talk about film… and weird 70s animated sci-fi

Hello folks, So… I have started a blog. This is a step which I am certainly mighty unsure about, but I’m giving it a go because after recently working as an intern at the BBC’s international documentary strand Storyville I have been exposed to a large number of fantastic films that I feel I need to share […]