LFF 2020 – Absurdity and Affection in ‘Kajillionaire’

Although I had never seen any of Miranda July’s work prior to watching Kajillionaire, consider me hooked and eager to quench my thirst for her modes of storytelling. The deadpan humour, the imagery, the characters’ dynamic; it all really worked for me. Oozing pink bubbles, flight strangers and cunning plans made up the concoction for this piece and I was entertained throughout, to say the least.  … Continue reading LFF 2020 – Absurdity and Affection in ‘Kajillionaire’

LFF 2020 – ‘Stray’ and the Significance of Dogs in a Community

2020 has been a good year for dogs. The UK population, confined during the strictest periods of lockdown to their homes – with the exception of trips to local parks for government-mandated exercise – have turned to canine friends new and old as both a source of affection and distraction. For pets who usually spend the nine to five staring wistfully out of the front … Continue reading LFF 2020 – ‘Stray’ and the Significance of Dogs in a Community