A look at some of the most recognisable movie posters from the James Bond films: this time, the films starring Daniel Craig.
While we wait for No Time To Die, I wondered if you could select a handful of Bond movies to create a self contained story - which would you choose?
The classic Ian Fleming Bond novels were recorded as excellent audiobooks by Audible a few years ago. Here's a brief discussion of them, with some appreciation for the great artwork!
After No Time To Die, we'll need a new Bond, but also a new story. Here's one suggestion.
This poster for Casino Royale is very striking - and was one of the posters used during the initial publicity for the film in 2006. In any simple poster analysis, we would ask students to discuss the background, use of imagery or colour, the use and position of graphics or fonts (as well as the … Continue reading Casino Royale – poster analysis
The dictionary definition of “sinister” would likely say that the word means something evil, or something that threatens or promises evil or the foreshadowing of dangerous people or events. early 15c., "prompted by malice or ill-will, intending to mislead," from Old French senestre, sinistre "contrary, false; unfavorable; to the left" (14c.), from Latin sinister "left, on the left side" (opposite … Continue reading The SINISTER side
Sure, I should be spending the summer writing the book I have planned for a decade. I have written huge sections of it, and have it plotted in some detail, but currently lack the discipline to wrestle the devil to the floor and pin it down. I sneakily suspect it would make a better screenplay … Continue reading Summer Writing Reading