Denville Hall | the residential home for all members of the theatrical profession

The history of Denville Hall is undoubtedly wonderful – the generosity of its founder, the beautiful Hall, the photographs of the film and theatre icons who have lived there – but it is the present that is really remarkable.  Denville Hall is bustling with activity. Residents are in the bar with friends, catching up with their familiesContinue reading “Denville Hall | the residential home for all members of the theatrical profession”

Film Review: My Feral Heart (2016)

Originally posted on beetleypete:
Every so often, a British film-maker delivers a low-budget independent film that far exceeds the output of the famous directors and massive Hollywood studios. ‘My Feral Heart’ is a fine example of that. Directed by Jane Gull, and starring Steven Brandon, this film won fourteen international awards, yet is little-known in…

A case study of a child filmmaker from a children’s home. By Edina Fecskó-Pirisi and Nándor Grosch 1st October 2018 Artistic techniques in the field of social pedagogy Introduction The personality developmental effects of art, when used to create opportunities and to tackle disadvantages, play an intermediary role between the disciplines and practices of psychologyContinue reading

“Sheba is really kind and likes cuddles. We all love him,” one of the residents said.

The short film Next to Her (aka Avalon) is the story of an elderly man, Maurice, who visits his wife with dementia at the hospital. A shared lunch is all they have left, but his wife’s thoughts drift off towards the ghost of her cat, Avalon, whose picture sits on the bed stand ‘next toContinue reading ““Sheba is really kind and likes cuddles. We all love him,” one of the residents said.”