Rewatch it ♠️
Joined on 2 September, 2009
Like everyone else, we were stuck inside a lot this year, and with streaming further blurring the lines between theatrical movies and television features, I’ve expanded the list to include visual storytelling that I’ve enjoyed this year, regardless of format.
“I know the show feels like in some way a risk, but maybe every show is like that,” @MichaelaCoel says about “I May Destroy You.” “It feels like a performance, and that’s what it is, isn’t it? A journey.” Read this cover story on Apple News:
Set Designer: @andyhillmanstudio
Hair Stylist: @cyndiaharvey
Magazine: @wsjmag + #wsjinnovators
Blown away by news of local businesses stepping up to fill the voucher scheme deficit during the October half term. Selflessness, kindness, togetherness, this is the England I know 🏴
Add #ENDCHILDFOODPOVERTY to your tweets so I can track them. I will share as many as I can ♥️
When we judge the bad choices of the past, sociologist Duncan Watts says we should strive for “epistemic humility” — a realization that our information is always incomplete.
“We should be humble about what we think we know, and even humble about what we can know.”
"I don’t know what the process is like for other writers, but for me, I accept [it] like a kind of death," @MichaelaCoel tells @durgapolashi in GARAGE Issue 19. "I can’t be the only writer who dies. I think it’s quite common. I hope it’s quite common."
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