This Week on the DCMG Websites

Here's a round up of all the new articles this week on The DreamCage and AlbieMedia websites...

Monday 10th June

On The DreamCage

"Yep, a cricket team. In America. Who knew?"

Tony Cross was bowled over by the short documentary The Cricket Kings of Queens by Hannah Keyser, currently on at Sheffield Doc/Fest...

"an acting duo whose combined skill and experience would raise the calibre of any film. "

Ren Zelen watched After the Wedding

On AlbieMedia

"here we are just over one hundred years later and this is only the second solo Exhibition she has ever been given outside Russia."

Tony Cross went to the Natalia Goncharova exhibition, now on at Tate Modern...

Tuesday 11th June

On The DreamCage

Today was Hugh Laurie's 60th birthday and Steve Taylor-Bryant celebrated with a mini-day of articles he wrote a few years ago about the TV series House

Wednesday 12th June

On The DreamCage

Steve Taylor-Bryant finds some words about Bill Nighy's new film, Sometimes Always Never...

Tony Cross got a life lesson as he watched the documentary Meeting Jim by Ece Ger, on recently at Sheffield Doc/Fest...

Thursday 13th June

On The DreamCage

"I was not prepared. I was not prepared for such joy and such sadness in equal measure, and by the end of the film I was so emotionally drained, and in floods of tears."

Steve Taylor-Bryant watched The Professor, available on DVD & Digital HD from 24th June courtesy of Signature Entertainment...

On AlbieMedia

"Damn, my “I’m still young and hip” ego is taking a battering this year"

Thirty years on from its release, Steve Taylor-Bryant looks back at the Nirvana album Bleach...

"It's perhaps faded from memory in the intervening years but at the time was hailed as a "classic" and I think it actually is."

This week's #SotD79 choice from Jimmy Hunter is Space Base by Slick...

Friday 14th June

On The DreamCage

"Not only am I a huge fan of stuntmen and their craft but I am old enough to remember when Brian Donahue wrestled under the moniker of The Dublin Destroyer"

Steve Taylor-Bryant watched E.J. McLeavey-Fisher's documentary The Guy: The Brian Donahue Story...

"In 1984 a film finally came along that had the stones to put the study of a violent martial art back where it the hands of kids."

This week's Was This Always Weird podcast looks back at the original The Karate Kid...

Saturday 15th June

On The DreamCage

Steve Taylor-Bryant discovers there's more to making a short film than meets the eye. Like running. Lots and lots of running...

Kraig Taylor-Bryant cast an eye over some of his classmates' work at the Weston College Second Year Media Production Showcase recently...

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