Monthly Archive: December 2012

Dec 31

Matt’s Film Soundtrack of the Week (31st Dec) – Casablanca

Sam plays the piano

Casablanca. That classic love story between a grumpy expat and a woman who thought her husband was dead. Why do they show it every Christmas? It takes place in the middle of an African summer, not to mention the middle of World War II. Anyway, during this year’s viewing you may …

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Dec 25

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from Lightmaster Studios

We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from Mark, Matt and the crew over at The Fresh Film Blog.

Dec 22

Matt’s Film Soundtrack of the Week (22nd Dec) – Amadeus

Mozart Facepalm

This week’s FSotW is less of a tribute to a soundtrack than a general tribute to the music of the most acclaimed classical composer in the history of everything; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The 1984 movie based on his life received eight Oscars, and to this day people still quote it’s famous line, “Too many notes”. …

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Dec 07

The Commercial Look – Part 2

In part 1, we took a look at some ‘different’ television commercials that shrugged aside the usual boundaries limiting creativity in regular advertising. In part 2, we’ll continue to look at some outstanding adverts and analyse these from both an artistic and commercial view.

TV or Internet?

Essentially, the adverts that go out of their …

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