In the opening scene of Jay, it’s Jay who’s keeping it together. Alex is curled up on the floor while Jay is going to work.
Guillermo Calderon’s B features wooden acting, stock characters, and awkward, unnatural dialogue. Except that’s the point; it’s done like this very deliberately.
If you’re not dancing out of the theatre humming “Saturday Night Fish Fry” or “Ain’t Nobody Here but Us Chickens” there’s something wrong with you.
In Talk Radio we get a 1980s view of the then burgeoning form of talkback radio. It’s still as disturbing as it was then.
On what would turn out to be his death bed, writer George Orwell proposed to Sonia Brownell, an assistant magazine
The Witch’s Mark, written and directed by Timothy N. Evers, draws inspiration from historical and contemporary accounts of the Scottish witch trials.
The Passion of the Playboy Riots imagines a meeting between W.B. Yeats, Lady Gregory and Easter Rising leader Patrick Pearse.
If a dying wish makes you sick, are you obliged to do it? Mumburger explores how far familial obligation can go.
Mr Gillie is the story of a charismatic teacher in Scottish mining town on trial for giving his working class students ideas.