Janet Street-Porter is a Marmite celebrity; with her forthright views, distinctive, quirky look and abhorence of being hugged by anyone outside her immediate circle, you love her or you can’t stand her. I fall into the former category. I admire her for being herself and telling it as it is and I tend to only watch Loose Women when she’s on the panel.
Janet comes across as a strong woman with a large circle of friends so I was a bit surprised to find out that she’s admitted to being lonely. Apparently a couple of months ago she realised she … Read the rest »
With apologies to purists for dabbling with the words of Bottom.
Yes! We’ve been delighted, ecstatic, over-the-moon to discover that our short film Only the Lonely has been chosen for the prestigious Underwire Film Festival to be held at the Barbican on 22nd November. Yay! Watching the film is an indescribable feeling; seeing the characters come to life and speak “your” words is very rewarding and fulfilling. Now seeing it on the big screen will be a dream come true. And….. the film is also nominated for an award in the XX Category – best on-screen protagonist. How exciting! Cross … Read the rest »
I’ve actually bought a couple of books in the last few weeks. Not that buying books is unusual for me, but for the last couple of years I’ve tended to buy my books as Kindle downloads. That quite surprised me as I hated the thought of reading on a Kindle and really didn’t ever want one. I was given one as a Christmas gift a few years ago and it sat in its box for almost two years until I was going to Antigua for a longish visit and knew that I couldn’t realistically carry ten or twelve books with … Read the rest »