Posts tagged as "film festival"

Sound and vision (plus a swamp)

Been a bit active lately. First, there was the Love and Anarchy international film festival. I watched ten movies, of which only one was crap, most were okay and then there were a few better ones. The movie I looked forward to the most was Samurai Rauni Reposaarelainen, mainly because it was directed by multitalent … [ read more » ]

Just positive thoughts

Green tea (still) tastes good. Love and Anarchy Film Festival began. Went to a joga session today for the first time for at least a year, felt good. Reigns is an odd but refreshing gaming experience. I’ve been rather consistent in getting up early for work. I also sleep quite well. The most likely album … [ read more » ]

Gadgets and activities

Let’s write a blog post about something else than last year’s 365-project, shall we? I’ll let the mind flow and type whatever pops up. The new little helper A few months ago I ditched my old Nokia 6290 phone I used for over seven years in favor for a iPhone 5S. As one might imagine, … [ read more » ]

Deeper into autumn

Autumn is getting chillier. What have I been up to? The Love & Anarchy Festival is well over. It was a good one and none of the eleven movies I saw were a complete waste of time. I didn’t see any mind blowing one either, but I think I enjoyed The Past the most. The … [ read more » ]

Animation on the big screen

I went to see a bunch of short animation films at the Animatricks movie festival. Some were good, some were tiresome, some were okay. In general, it felt a bit like watching the same kind of material I can watch on Vimeo and sure enough when I checked for more information online, some of them … [ read more » ]

Documentary week

This week, I’ve been mostly watching documentaries. At the Helsinki documentary festival named Docpoint, to be exact. I’ve never been to this particular movie festival before, so I thought this was a good opportunity to be active in a different way. In total I saw four documentaries (I was supposed to see five, but remembered … [ read more » ]