Influencer marketing – what does the future hold

Reading Time: 5 minutes What does the future hold for influencer marketing was an event organised by PR Week that I got to attend last week.  Below are some of the thoughts and key points that came out of the event. The Competition and Markets Authority They are responsible for enforcing The Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Act (2008) … Read moreInfluencer marketing – what does the future hold

Out and about: Dragged Across Concrete

Reading Time: 1 minute In sharp contrast to the wall-to-wall kinetic-driven nature of action films in general; Dragged Across Concrete is a well-paced crime film. The role of smartphone shot video dragged it kicking and screaming into the modern day via Rodney King. The film reminded me of a number of others: The Usual Suspects and Magnolia for its … Read moreOut and about: Dragged Across Concrete

Hellboy reboot and flawed superhero films

Reading Time: 2 minutes I got to see the Hellboy reboot. Make no mistake it’s flawed. It doesn’t have the synchronicity with the source material of Guillermo del Toro’s adaptations. It was great to see Daniel Dae Kim on film, but his English accent wasn’t great. It was right up there with Dick Van Dyk. There was an ensemble … Read moreHellboy reboot and flawed superhero films

Out and About: Yunchul Kim – Dawns Mine Crystal

Reading Time: 1 minute Dawns Mine Crystal is an exhibition on at the Korean Cultural Centre between now and November 3, 2018. I was invited to a preview of it. The title Dawns Mine Crystals a reference to the material world and its intersection with symbols and metaphors. It is well worth going to see, Mr Kim merges the … Read moreOut and About: Yunchul Kim – Dawns Mine Crystal

Out and about: Sicario 2: Soldado

Reading Time: 4 minutes I was a big fan of Denis Villeneuve’s Sicario. It conveyed the monotony and horror of the war on drugs really well. Taylor Sheridan crafted a taunt storyline, you had great actors in Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin and Jeffrey Donovan as Brolin’s foil. Alejandro Gillick as a character played really well to Benicio del Toro … Read moreOut and about: Sicario 2: Soldado