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The Four Owls Live Session Part Three | HUNOW & dBs Music Live Sessions

After bringing the wisdom with their track Knowledge earlier this week, the next part of our live session with The Four Owls is finally here. For our first live session in partnership with dBs Music we had the owls come in and play four tracks for us. The third track they played was one from their debut album, Nature's Greatest Hits, titled Not Like Before.  Not Like Before is essentially the origin story o ...

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The Four Owls Live Session Part One | HUNOW & dBs Music Live Sessions

To start the HUNOW & dBs Music Live Sessions we were lucky enough to have UK hip hop group,  The Four Owls, drop into the studio ahead of their set at Motion later that night. The first song that the guys played is Lights Off, which you can listen to below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aN6IV7dNJoo&feature=youtu.be The next  track of The Four Owls live session will go up on Tuesday, so make sure y ...

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And the nominees for best director are…

So, in the elaborate, ethereal and high maintenance stratosphere of film, I am on a quest to find the ultimate director...and to also understand why Kathryn Bigelow was the first (and to date, only) female to win an Oscar for best director. I like to think of the director as the parent of the film, or legal guardian if you will; they nurture its development and shape the direction in which it travels. They ...

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Upcoming Releases for February 7th, 2014

The amount of films released in any month to cinema can be a large range, anything from as little as six films, to possibly as many as twenty plus films. It’s always difficult to know what films are likely to interest you, and sometimes the most interesting films will be the smallest released. Last month, I released an article with several suggestions for January. The reason I released one article dedicated ...

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Film Review: My Boy Jack

Making a short film is never easy, as you have to create a sufficient enough story to entice in an audience, as well as create a three-act story. Short films are also extremely difficult to review, in this aspect. How can you truly pick apart and analyse a film that lasts about eight minutes? By focusing on the small things that little more, that help create a full story. I only hope my small effort of crit ...

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