Award-winning musician Foy Vance has announced a new streaming event coming December 12: ‘Hope in The Highlands – a Concert Film from Dunvarlich’. Directed by Vance’s creative partner Gregg Houston of Babysweet Productions, the film will be captured in Foy’s current hometown of Aberfeldy in Highland Perthshire and shot at Dunvarlich House, a beautiful Arts & Crafts house near the River Tay. The concert will be shown at 9pm GMT on December 12, tickets £15. After the performance, the film will be made available on VOD from December 14 – 28.
Volare or All My Crazy Love is an Italian movie directed by Gabriele Salvatores who is known for his Oscar foreign-language film Mediterraneo in 1991. Recently, Gabriele Salvatores has helmed the teen superhero franchise The Invisible Boy. His latest film Volare is based on the translated bestseller by Fulvio Ervas, which was inspired by a true story, where the story is about a boozing lounge singer, Willi played by the famous Claudio Santamaria, who accidentally intersects with his teen son, whom he has never met.
Who hasn’t heard about Shakespeare, right? Most of us have read various plays of Shakespeare, such as Macbeth in our schools and colleges, and several of us have even performed in school plays. The best thing about Shakespeare is that it is even more magical to see it on the screen and being performed than reading it on your own.
There is a long-standing debate over the impact of cinema over people. Some believe that the film industry makes younger generations behave or act in a certain way. There are movies that made us more aware and are considered catalysts for social change. But, there are also films that make people behave in an irrational or wrong way. So, is cinema positive or negative for young generations like students?
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Lucasfilm and director J.J. Abrams’ riveting, inspiring conclusion of the seminal Skywalker saga, electrified audiences around the globe, earning more than a billion dollars worldwide. Soon fans can complete their collections when Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker arrives digitally in HD and 4K Ultra HD™ on April 13th, two weeks before it lands physically in 4K Ultra HD™, Blu-ray™, 3D Blu-ray™ and DVD on April 20.