July 2007

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Garden- and Homecrafts

At the moment everything is kind of okay here despite the continuous rain. My allotment is pretty much overgrown and I am frightened to go there because there are so many weeds waiting for me and a lot of raspberries and red currents to pick, whilst the tomatoes, peppers and aubergines did not seem to Read the full article…


Documentaries – the debate

As an enthusiastic reader and commenter of the Guardian and its Comment is Free, I am delighted to link to this debate about the state of documentary films and also to this rather amusingly enlightening blog of a TV commissioner. The Edinburgh International Film Festival people have confirmed my press accreditation for this year’s event, Read the full article…


How to catch a lost hamster… – The Movie !

Finally, the new video, also subtitled “Success with containers” has uploaded. You can watch it either on current.tv or download the 97 MB big heavyweight from this website. It has been made with the help from Pilton Video, the best community video project in the world! Fluffy has been a brilliant movie star, very quick Read the full article…


Riots and Repression in Oaxaca

The conflict in Oaxaca has flared up again. I wouldn’t have noticed if Tom would not have put up an article on Indy Scotland. Quick look around and apart from the BBC website, no mention at all about these events in the media, and the BBC takes the usual authority-supporting stance. Maybe article is written Read the full article…


and the dissertation drags on..

The last days I have been fighting with my dissertation topic. I am not quite sure what it is about. Given that it has to be handed in at the start of September and August is filled with reviewing the Festival, it’s getting a bit late. I know it is about the G8 and the Read the full article…