Troll Hunter: Childhood Nightmares Become Missed Eco-Tourism Opportunities

Billed as a horror movie, the Norwegian-made Troll Hunter is a little too thoughtful to fit firmly in that category. Instead it is that most rare and precious of creations, the low budget Indie film that transcends its genre. Filmed in the handheld mockumentary style of the Blair Witch Project and Cloverfield, the action centres … Continue reading

Cultural Olympiad events planner for Sussex

Consolation is at hand for the thousands who missed out on Olympics tickets.  The Cultural Olympiad, a nationwide programme of arts events launched in 2008. So far something of a damp squib in Sussex, it is hotting up as the London 2012 Games draw closer. Offering everything from world class theatre to walking tours, the Cultural … Continue reading

William Morris: Story, Memory, Myth, Two Temple Place, London

Portrait of William Morris, by George Frederic Watts, 1870 Artist, designer, writer and socialist, William Morris was a powerhouse of the Victorian age. So widespread were his talents and interests that it is difficult to pin down exactly who, or what, he was. This exhibition attempts to address this conundrum through one facet of Morris’s life … Continue reading