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Little Devil’s adventures in trying to be bad..really..

I plan to make this a series. (If I have time) She was born out of a doodle I did a few weeks ago and I thought it looked like a character in a weekly newspaper comic strip. It will chronicle the adventures of Little Devil as she tries (and fails) to live up to … Continue reading

Importance versus time in set design

The other day I went to see a play, a comedy. While it was very good and enjoyable, all throughout  I had a feeling that something was just not right, but I couldn’t pinpoint what was it. The acting was great, the story was  funny and the set seemed fantastic. When I went home I … Continue reading

Mind the rhetoric: “women in the entertainment industry”

An article that appeared on National Post (Canada) shocked the North American comedy circles so much in the last days that they’re now abuzz with comments and opinions about how women are represented or rather underrepresented in stand-up comedy and in case they do appear on stage, whether they really need to appear sexually unattractive … Continue reading

The Flight of the Flamingo -new feature film

  ” It’s a dark comedy, set in London and though it’s definitely influenced by the British genre movies that have gone before, it’s a very different spin on that formula. Think Guy Ritchie meets Julian Fellowes at a cocktail party hosted by the writers of Mad Men, where Woody Allen is playing jazz clarinet … Continue reading

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